Hi. I am wathing a documantary about Elon Musk and i saw this what use in one of Musk's companies. Which program is this?
Windows Millennium Edition
either inventor or catiaid bet my money on catia
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>>561519>>561522>>561527>>561532 Why are you trying to make stupid jokes?
>>561472looks like a 3DS program to simulate mechanics
>>561472Some CAD software, definitely not a typical modeling program.
>>561472It is CATIA.
>>561534>looks like a 3DS program to simulate mechanicsNOOO!!!! REALY????
>>561555is this running on Windows 2000 ?
>3D board>only 10th guess is correct>the only one ITTPathetic. And yeah, that guy is right >>561555 , it's Catia V5 (R20/21 probably).Also if you didn't know this already, you probably aren't any engineer and won't be interested in CAD/CAE/PLD programs like that.
>>5629572 other people said catia too
>>562957fuck you we were just mememing
>>562957The program is so expensive that most companies will use something cheaper. One of my former classmates even had to do mechanical drawings and design in sketchup as his employer was a turbojew.t. >>561555
>>561472Looks vaporwave af desu
>>562976Eh, it depends where you work. If you are working for some "self-made" guy with small company with a couple of lathes and CNCs that makes stuff like display stands for shops - then yeah, you most probably will work in Solidworks or Inventor. Pretty much every other bigger company though works in NX or Catia + Creo for more speciallized companies (and occasional Solid Edge for that couple of companies working on fuckhuge assemblies)I live in area though where there's a lot of aerospace companies and my country in general has well doing automotive sector with lots of subcontractors and design studios and Catia is mainly used in those 2 industries.
>>563054>>562976Also>sketchup in workSuch jewery should be outlawed.
>>563055>Such jewery should be outlawed.Yeah, I still feel bad for him. Sketchup is the ms paint of CAD.>>563054I was trying to say the same. I work in subcontracting manufacturing and I've encountered Catia about once a year. Mostly it is solidworks, inventor, rhino, revit and 3dmax.
How tough is CATIA to learn if you know Solidworks pretty well?