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Author: rolschwarz
Time: 05/23/02 09:45 PST
This is a reply to message no. 7964 by mpcltrans
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Which computer company builds the best workstation???
Don't switch to Pro/E unless you have a very compelling reason to spend 3-5 times as much money and get less work done.  If your designs are complex enough to merit a switch to Pro/E, you may as well use Unigraphics and have the best available without being roped into PTC's poduct line.

I have logged several thousand hours on each Pro/E, UG, and SolidWorks.  SolidWorks is just fine for 98% of the CAD work I have encountered, plus the support has been outstanding.

I would like to know what type of product you are designing.  It would help me make a better recommendation.
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