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Good day I do small design and build projects for scientists and graduate engineers. Using Autodesk design suite inventor for cad direct to cnc of which I own several small machines. I am toying with both inventor fusion and onshape at the moment with the idea of transferring slowly on to either one full time in the near future. My problem here in Australia is that cad tends to lag the predominant trends in the states by many years. Autocad is still the dominant player in number of seats with Solidworks leading the parametric brigade. My dilemma is how do you advertise you skills with one of the new cloud based CADs when nobody has heard of them? Onward and forward I say.
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