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Which do you use for furniture design, Solidworks or AutoCAD?


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SolidWorks is the best for furniture design and it is also used to design all sorts of products across multiple industries. SolidWorks can be used to create a visual prototype of a hotel reception desk, using surfaces, common assembly features and rendering tools for a photo-realistic finish.

We have seen many a time furniture manufacturing companies find difficulties to select the right CAD software for their design and manufacturing needs. SolidWorks can help with a range of furniture customers, who design furniture; display stands; washroom cubicles; kitchens and much more. With the help of SolidWorks, it becomes easier to visualize products and enable you to bring your product to market more quickly and cost-effectively.

SolidWorks for furniture design also provides the opportunity to generate manufacturing and fabrication drawings directly from the 3D models using eDrawings, eliminating the need for paper drawings. Since the software allows automatic generation of drawings and other documentation, it becomes easier for the manufacturer to develop personalized or customized products faster.

SolidWorks thus serves to be comprehensive design software that bridges the gap between design and manufacturing seamlessly and provides the opportunity for manufacturers to keep the design development and manufacturing efficient and error-free.

If you need any assistance from well experienced SolidWorks furniture design services or want to outsource furniture design work then reach out to us and we will be happy to help you.

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