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AUTODESK ILOGIC VS SOLIDWORKS DRIVERWORKS?

AUTODESK ILOGIC VS SOLIDWORKS DRIVERWORKS?

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Hello.


im using autodesk ilogic to automate models, so , anybody here have been used driverworks? i want to compare this solutions.


thanks in advance.

RE: AUTODESK ILOGIC VS SOLIDWORKS DRIVERWORKS?

Inventor = Solidworks.. They are virtually identical.
Of course you can always get a demo of Solidworks and find out for yourself (because a comparison requires YOU to do the pro's/con's and decide what YOU need or don't need)..

I'm sure there are also numerous videos on youtube,etc... to give you the basics. (I just watched one.. and seems again to be "virtually identical" to ilogic)

RE: AUTODESK ILOGIC VS SOLIDWORKS DRIVERWORKS?

Autodesk has a lot less useful feature than SW, lot of what ilogic is been used for is to replicate these features...

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