Which is better?
Which has more job opportunity in the market that is best.
Maha Nadarasa wrote: Which has more job opportunity in the market that is best.
Maha Nadarasa wrote:
Is it that simple?
Should I strive for a job opportunity at:
a) Mirazur - Menton, France
b) Jean-Georges - NYC
c) McDonalds - Cleveland
Which one has more job opportunity for me?
(OK this was a trick question, I might have a chance at McDonalds.)
J. Mather wrote: Maha Nadarasa wrote: Which has more job opportunity in the market that is best.Is it that simple?
J. Mather wrote:
It is depend on the situation.
There was a time in India where heavy demand for computer programmers. Engineers, not knowing anything about computer programing hired and trained to do programing job. Today even software engineers are struggling to get a programing job.
Here demand and supply played the role.
Companies migrating from one design software to another design software trained their employees who do not know anything about new design software.
Here experience played the role.
I found that being well versed in the big 3 (SolidWorks, Inventor and Creo/Pro-E provides the most opportunities.
Who is better at what?
How much experience do you have with each?
What is your goal in using a CAD software?
It is actually hard to compare each CAD software with others. They all have different specialties in different sections. And It is also important to know your goal. Your goal will define which CAD software you need to use. In the job market, there are different CAD software used in different sections, and it also varies with the region. But if you know the basic designing skill in any software properly, you learn any of them quickly. But you need to know the designing etiquette and criteria properly for that.
Why would someone compare a 4K piece of software meant and designed too do 3D solid modeling with a product that is generally a basic wire frame and surfacing program and another piece of software that you can get for free?
Also if you have no idea what you're doing it's really easy to make one look better than the other. I only have a little experience with Fusion 360 and it sure did look like there was an awful lot of extra work put in that was not needed.
If you want to compare two reasonably similar packages it would be Inventor vs SW vs Creo vs NX not SW vs Autocad vs Draftsight vs BobCad....
As others said, it depends on your market. If you only design 2D simple stuff, or architecture, ACAD is good.
If aerospace, a lot of customers require 3D models. I would go with SolidWorks or CATIA. Somewhere in the middle maybe Fusion.
Either one, go to training classes.
Which one is better?
SUV, bicycle, drone?
Did anyone actually watched the video before commend?
Frederick Law wrote: Which one is better?SUV, bicycle, drone? Did anyone actually watched the video before commend?I didn't
Frederick Law wrote:
I did because I thought it really mean Inventor Vs Fusion VS SW...not really AutoCAD vs SW.
The video was fuzzy so you really can't tell what commands are being used but I can say that in general I think the approach used with Fusion was not very effective or efficient.
That being said of he Systems I've used, I think Fusion was/Is the hardest for me to get my head wrapped around the best workflow. It just approaches things differently than Inventor and SW.
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