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Scenario 1: When a user grabs two or more licenses of the same software. Scenario 2: When a user opens multiple functional modules at the same time. Scenario 3: When a user occupies licenses and never recycle them. Scenario 4: When users get licenses from stand-alone hosts. Being a CAD manager at one of the largest auto manufacturers in the world, I wanted to share my experience with you regarding CAD license management. During the beginning stage right after I joined the firm, I started to look into the baseline and found out that it was just a chaos.
Dicksham posted a topic in Catch AllMy CATIA tutorial 8- Rebuild Audi R8 (1:1) Highlights: - freeform 3D curves - surface merging & trimming - disappearing fillets - solid modeling - assembly design - design with a master model - design in context You can now download the complete training pdf (9MB) via http://www.dicksonsham.com Let's see the preview first. http://www.youtube.com/dicksham#p/u/3/LSBvrjlsPp8 -dickson sham
In my last job we designed boat hulls in Maxsurf and then exported iges surfaces to Catia for all the structures/styling/fitout/drawings etc. If we made a change to the hull we just re-exported the iges, brought it into Catia and then repointed any operations (trims, extracts, offsets etc.) from the old surface to the new one. In fact, there was a shortcut so you only have to repoint one operation, but thats not what my question is about... I'm now with a new company and we design boat hulls in Maxsurf, export iges surfaces and then use Rhino and AutoCAD for everything else, which is as pa