Does anyone else get the feeling that Tesla's Cybertruck was designed by that SolidWork's user we all know that is 100% positive that swx surfacing is super duper top notch, as good as creo/nx??
I do remember seeing someone argue on a product design forum years ago that you can do any surfacing you want in swx, it's just as good as anything else, and as an example they made and posted a model of an aeroplane constructed using 4 extrusions (body, two wings, tail), and then for the finishing "surfacing" touch they generously applied fillets on all sharp edges. It was great. Dude probably walked straight into a job at Boeing.
That truck probably has a sweet drag coefficient actually, but still I couldn't help but laugh and think of all my square engineery designs (non product design) that I've spat out over the years.