Desktop Engineering Read: Buyer’s Guide: Multi-CAD Management

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A  five-page PDF, “CAD Selection Considerations: Multi-CAD Management: Dealing  with Third-Party CAD Data” has what you need to rough out your
switch to a CAD  system that better enables you to work with third-party, in-house, and legacy  CAD data. Written by CIMdata, this paper is a straightforward presentation  that’s hosted on a PTC website.

The paper does not make product recommendations.  In fact, it’s so developer-neutral it cites no developer or application. Rather, this paper argues that technology that expedites working with third-party  CAD data exists and this technology is a vital component of  the productivity you  need to compete.

Read the full article.

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