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May 27, 2009


Kevin Quigley

Ralph, it is not actually the case as SolidWorks has had direct face modelling capability for many years. I think the main issue here is direct face modelling with no callback to the history tree - SolidWorks Move commands add a feature to the history tree.

All of which is great but what many users want is better geometry creation tools not better geometry editing tools....

CAD Software

Any thoughts on advanced 3D visualisation capabilities integration, CAD Software design stands outside the "sales and marketing" lifecyle closer integration of the two is inevitable in my opinion.

Dan Bana

I guess the good thing about the History Free Modeling will be the easyer that the 3D Parametrical softwares will be. I believe more people will join use it, coz it will not need to many classes to learn.
Worst to Slidworks and Alibre that will come late on it.

Devon T. Sowell

As a 10 year SolidWorks User, I'd prefer software that was properly tested prior to release. SolidWorks' policy of Service Packs every 10 weeks is too much overhead.

I don't want to test and manage software, I want to design parts.


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