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When it comes to 3D CAD modelling, Autodesk has a separate 3D CAD modelling and detailing software called Inventor. Autodesk inventor competes directly with other major 3D CAD modelling software such as Creo by PTC, Catia by Dassault Systèmes.
AutoCAD still has 3D CAD modelling options in fact a separate module dedicated for 3D modelling. Most of the FREE mechanical drawings in this website are designed for beginners and you can easily model them in AutoCAD 3D.
AutoCAD has the following tools sets which enable us to model the part effortlessly and quickly without compromising the industry standards.
- Architecture toolset
- Electrical toolset
- Mechanical toolset
- MEP toolset
- MAP 3D toolset
- Raster design toolset
- Plant 3D toolset
The major advantage of AutoCAD is that it has lots of inbuilt library for standard mechanical parts. It is just a click of a button to import and use it in your models and drawings.
Following are the Mechanical toolset features.
- Layer management
- Hidden lines
- 700,000+ standard parts and features
- Machinery generators and calculators
- Document 3D CAD models
- Reusable mechanical drawing detailing tools
- Customized content library and publishing
- Command preview and contextual menus
- AutoCAD mobile app
- Smart mechanical engineering dimensions
- Support for international drafting standards
- Associative balloons and bills of materials
In a study, the Mechanical toolset showed to boost productivity by 55%, bringing major time savings to common AutoCAD mechanical design tasks.