My company is considering ANSYS Workbench. The salesman has suggested (to keep the price down) that if we get the CAD interface then we don't require designmodeler. Is this a fair statement? I am worried that without designmodeler we won't be able to easily deal with geometry issues like slivers. Management sees designmodeler as a CAD program, and it costs just as much without the ability to do drafts and assemblies. Regards JL
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