Our company is expecting to have to train a number of experienced Solid Edge
and UG users on Solid Works soon for an upcoming project. As of yet, one
person here has gone through some SW tutorials, but no one else has any
Our perception is that SW will be very easy to learn, especially for those
with the SE background.
The work we will be doing will involve modeling and drafting, including
large assemblies (10,000+ components, including fasteners, etc.).
Is there anyone here who's used both packages and can advise what things we
will need to watch for regarding performance or interface differences? (Or
anything else we should be aware of to ease the transition?)
17 years ago