Engineering.com CAD survey

MLombard
Retired

5 minute survey + Amazon gift card

 
 
 


Survey
What do Design Teams want from a CAD System in 2017

 

Although CAD is a mature technology, vendors have been investing heavily in R&D over the past three years to make significant enhancements. Many packages now offer subscription-based licensing (love it or hate it), cloud operability, and extensions of CAD models into simulation, PDM, manufacturing and more.

ENGINEERING.com is conducting a survey on what design teams want and expect from their CAD systems in 2017. We are curious to know:

  • What are the most important features of a CAD system for your design team?
  • What problems do you and your design team encounter with your CAD system?
  • Is it important to standardize your team on a single primary CAD solution?
  • All of the questions are in a multiple-choice format, so the survey shouldn’t take long to complete.

As a thank you for your time, you will be entered into a draw to win one of three $100 Amazon vouchers.

Take the survey

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5 REPLIES

Re: Engineering.com CAD survey

Honored Contributor
Honored Contributor

They should be focused on getting the core of the software right rather than fancy features.

 

Drafting, Sheet metal, Frame design, etc.....

Re: Engineering.com CAD survey

MLombard
Retired

It isn't a Solid Edge survey. We just wanted to make sure Solid Edge users concerns were represented.

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Re: Engineering.com CAD survey

Honored Contributor
Honored Contributor

Sure it is. Siemens owns Engineering.com

Re: Engineering.com CAD survey

Phenom
Phenom

Last time I did one of these surveys it promised me a $10 gift card, then I take the survey, and at the end it didn't even ask me what my name was or any info at all so it could send me the card. I'm done taking surveys.

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Re: Engineering.com CAD survey

MLombard
Retired

12GAGE wrote:

Sure it is. Siemens owns Engineering.com


I think you're mistaken.

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