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@3dcad - but that's exactly my point. I don't design furniture, and would probably tear my hair out trying to do it with SolidWorks. If I designed furniture, or anything else needing a more free-form… (View Post)1
I would have to second most of the above requests, with emphasis on being able to dimension centerline to centerline. That is an absolute must for my use. BOMs are important, and pulling dimensions f… (View Post)1
@Onshaper - I don't have any real criticism of direct modelling one way or the other, I've spent precious little time working in a direct modelling environment, so I am hardly qualified to offer an o… (View Post)2
Just my 2 cents worth - Onshape was started as a parametric CAD modeler, and built around the parametric kernel. If that's not what you're looking for, then so be it. You like direct modeling? Great,… (View Post)2
May seem a minor thing, but line weights in SW are all the same - dimensions, parts, you name it. A complicated drawing with lots of dimensions starts very quickly to obstruct the part itself, and is… (View Post)2