In Many Ways CADCAM Press Is Losing Eminence! What is objective writing?...Well being true in your words, not doing product fanboi and giving honest review.\n
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This write up is for those who wants honest opinion on CAD/CAM. Some discontent can be shown owing to the products’ limitations and by those who for years have written absolute rubbish articles on CADCAM… especially CAM.
A video has been circulating that tells about Rhino done by Adam OHern who goes by the name of Cadjunkie. It was done a few years ago and it really takes the point that Rhino solids and filleting sucks! In the video Ohern claims that he can’t use Rhino without SpaceClaim. Adam’s got that right because it’s absolutely ridiculous that after all these years yet , Rhino still doesn’t have decent solids or decent filleting.
As per CAD/CAM press, Creo Parametric has been reported as being a total redo of Pro/E Wildfire with a new easy to use Windows Ribbon user interface. But was that the truth?…Nope!
Creo Parmetric user interface is a little more than a cosmetic rehab of Pro/E Wildfire, which in turn itself was a cosmetic rehab of Pro/E.
Once again PTC couldn’t deliver what they promised to deliver with Creo.
In truth the CREO Parametric still has tons of UNIX based menus in it. Can check out from web sources.
With the dying SolidWorks blogs and the leading SolidWorks “fog blog” that Matt Lombard runs is ruining the CAD/CAM stories. The fog blog is stale because of Matt’s censorship and besides being an arrogant and pompous; he’s a manufacturing blockhead. Several SolidWorks users posting to SolidWorks own forum have pointed this out to Lombard. His advice is to go to his own fog blog and rant and rave in an environment where the control in his hands.
On the SolidWorks’ fog blogs like that of Matt Lombards’, products that are much more advanced than Solidworks, like Missler’s TopSolid CADCAM 7, with its built in PDM, good configurations, their own 2D and 3D constraint manager, etc. don’t ever get discussed.