Scott Ellis wrote:
> As for Trispectives the user interface was good and it was reasonably easy to learn. If the solid modeling tools were just a bit stronger it would have been a winner.
That sounds really optimistic to me. I fooled with trispectives and
found it deeply wanting. The cheap price tag might be the reason. Iron
Cad is no cheapy.
The acis kernel is succesfully used in a couple of hundred cad packages.
I'd be surprised if that was the problem.
At the same time, I know many companies have had a hell of a time
adapting the acis kernel to their software. I'm suspiscious of it in low
end packages. Has anyone got a reason for this?
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