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  1. Hello All, Please share me which is best software for CAD drafting and design. Thanks, Jay Smith
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  2. Hello, I am new to this and I'm looking for a program I can download to design a linkage system ( also if available, pulley, and gear system), input forces on the system and then get feedback on how much mechanical advantage is produced. Any guidance on this would be greatly appreciated as i've been searching for quite a while to no avail.
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  3. Why not just do your own analysis and write your own code? This is cheap, gives you complete control, and let's you analyze any device you can understand. Take a look at my book, Mechanics of Machines, Ver. 2.1, available here at ME Forum without cost, for the way to do these things. DrD
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  4. pms engineers

    Bearings

    PMS Engineers is an established supplier of world class bearings and power transmission products. We are the first-choice channel partners for some of the world’s biggest bearing and lubricant manufacturers including Timken, NSK-RHP, NIKKI, Gamet Bearings and Motherson Sumitomo – Solid Carbide Cutting Tools. With a powerful distribution network and support team in place, we collaborate with clients round the clock to minimize downtime, reduce working costs and improve the overall quality of operations.
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  5. So what is the point? We have a gripper, but aren't grippers fairly common? DrD
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  6. Solid works is also best CAD software that i used..I am also beginner in this as I take Online Mechanical Design Training so I constantly work on this
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  7. here we discuss some future trends in CAD CAE training: E-learning If we talk about trends in India, online learning is relatively at its budding stage. Our students and professionals are not well prepared for entirely e- learning, not just CAD but any type of e-learning. and many more
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  8. Autocad - Ideal for 2D drafting The basic software for any mechanical engineer, If you learn this it’ll definitely help you. And do learn how to read the drawings in a sheet? It is good for your professional life. Solidworks For solid modelling and Moulding design. It is user-friendly. So, easy to learn and anyone can become a pro in it. Some startups and small scale industries using it widely for its low cost. CATIA For designing the wide range of sheet metal products, volume or surface modelling, sheet processing, assembly drawings, tool making, piping design, cast,
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  9. better Solidworks, CATIA and Inventor...
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  10. For me, it's Catia. I've been using CAD systems since 1979 and, by far, Catia is the best. But, it's expensive.
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  11. If you're looking for top class rendering effects plus nice graphic designs then go for Solidworks. If you are looking for a simple, easy to learn software which widely used in industries then go for CATIA or Creo Parametric. But for simulations use ANSYS, its the best there is.
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