Michael Rees wrote:
> Hi list,
> I apologize, this is a CAD question.
> I'd like to hear from users of Unigraphics about how they like it. How
> flexible and intuitive is it? How robust, etc.,. How does it compare to
> Alias or Pro E.
> (I assume its on the Pro E side of the part or art equation).
> Thanks in advance.
> michael rees http://www.sound.net/~zedand00/
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I've been working with Unigraphics, CATIA and Pro/E for some time. I
think the last version of UG (V15.0) is pretty good if you need solid
modeling, the parametric modelling approach of UG allows you to maintain
high flexibility in your design.
If you have some specific questions about it I'll be glad to help you.
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