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    CAD-CAM solution

    Hi so general consensus is that the best solutions are Inventor or solidworks. I should steer clear of Fusion. What are the advantages/disadvantages of these 2 software? In the mean time I'm going to check out Rhino/bobCAM.
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    CAD-CAM solution

    We have been working with another engineering shop as we did not have any machine tools before we bought this milling machine. Now we have one, but still it is not enough so we still have to outsource. Our supplier has the best prices, anyone working with CAD-CAM was more expensive. The cheapest...
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    CAD-CAM solution

    Because they have conventional machines and not CNC.
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    CAD-CAM solution

    When designing parts, we use assemblies, but each part has it's own file. Typically I would use the part file to create a 2D drawing to send to the engineering shop to make the parts. We already 3D print prototypes, and we were thinking to use a similar workflow, but instead of producing 2D...
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    CAD-CAM solution

    The business is still quite small at the moment, branching out from another industry. I have some experience elsewhere with design but only with design. We just design, then we have someone else make the parts for us. So I produce just drawings as my supplier works on conventional machines...
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    CAD-CAM solution

    Our assemblies are quite larger than 30 parts without fasteners. Sometimes I have so many parts that I have to split the assemblies or the software crashes due to the computer. It is not the best computer for CAD, but it has 8th gen i7 and a decent video card. My last assembly had over 100...
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    CAD-CAM solution

    We are a small company (director and 1 employee) and need a CAD-CAM solution. Recently we acquired a 2nd hand 3 axis CNC milling from 2005 that has Heidenhaim TNC 530i control. We are looking for a good CAD and CAM software. Of course budget is also important for us as we are a small company...
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