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Two users one developing model, one preparing drawings

Two users one developing model, one preparing drawings

Two users one developing model, one preparing drawings

(OP)
Request information regarding one user building the model, one user preparing several drawings simultaneously, of course on a server used for file sharing. Require a method to work on both simultaneously and be able to save work. Any thoughts

RE: Two users one developing model, one preparing drawings

(OP)
PS Using Solid Works 2004

RE: Two users one developing model, one preparing drawings

Are u looking for software that can do that? May want to try Tekla Structures (www.tekla.com).

RE: Two users one developing model, one preparing drawings

(OP)
If there is software availablle, would consider it but if this can be done directly with the settings in Solid Works that would be the best.

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