|IRONCAD vs Creo|
When I introduce IronCAD's very
flexible design paradigm I have a hard time to get the Pro/e clone
users, like Solidworks and other programs to understand the drag and
drop design paradigm.|
I saw the following video challenges on linkedin and thought I would give it a try on IronCAD. I actually did it before I watched the video, so I did it a bit differently. This will give you an idea how different and flexible IronCAD is compared to the conventional Pro/e clone and to the not so conventional Fusion 360.
To see these same lessons in ZW3D:
ZW3D vs Creo
These following exercises started out to show the benefits of IronCAD over Solidworks, but quickly turned into a study of modeling techniques. Take a look at all of them they will open your eyes to a much different and more productive way of modeling. It really has more to do with modeling technique than it has to do with the 3D CAD systems. I have found that I do 3D modeling as compared to the conventional 2D sketching.
IRONCAD vs Creo Lesson One
IRONCAD vs Creo Lesson Two
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