Can anyone tell me the differentiate between solidworks motion and Pro -E mechanism capabilities.Which one will be good
Put the question about motion analysis aside for a bit.
How much experience do you have with Creo?
How much experience do you have with SolidWorks?
i dont have experience in creo but i have 6 months experience in solidworks motion
Senthil E. wrote:...i have 6 months experience in solidworks motion
Senthil E. wrote:
...i have 6 months experience in solidworks motion
In my initial question I stated to put aside any question about analysis for a bit.
I am not interested in your SolidWorks Motion experience without first knowing your experience with SolidWorks.
It is my opinion that anyone progressing into SolidWorks Motion (or Creo) would first master SolidWorks (or Creo) at the CSWP level as a minimum prerequisite to tackling the advanced topic. (Note: I didn't say that you must complete the CSWP, but rather, you should be at professional level of competency with the basics before getting into the advanced.)
Have you achieve that level of competency in SolidWorks?
Are you willing to put in the effort to achieve that level of competency in Creo?
Along those lines, one should understand stress analysis before using Simulation, but that doesn't stop anybody and doesn't stop Dassault from marketing it to anyone with a checkbook.
Retrieving data ...