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#1 posted 10-20-2018 04:07 AM

As I stated ealier, I use the free version of Creo as I was trained on the full version while working and obviously moved to the free version for use at home in 2002.

In my opinion, and I my case, Fusion 360 is the only reasonable replacement for Creo especially since it cost’s the same, FREE for hobbyist/students.

Other than Sketchup, I have also had some training on Solidworks, Onshape, and a seminar for IronCad and I still stand by my opinion. I tried Onshape for a number of days but was not that enthrolled enough to take the time to become proficient.

For those that are interested in a non-cloud based application, check out the FREE version of Creo even if it doesn’t have all the features of Sketchup or Solidworks, it still has enough for almost any hobbyist woodworker.

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