I am going to model my house inside and out as time allows. We are looking at couches and I am going to build my living room assembly so we can see different layouts. Lets see what you have.
I'm not shy - not really proud of the model, either - it is kinda hokey. But I had fun and didn't have to pay an architect to give the contractors drawings. I wish I had made a model of "before", so I could remember what the place looked like. I think I did this in WF3, but I don't have it installed. The upload is a backup from WF4. I chose to do an assy so we could swap out different wall configurations without much hassle.
I agree - Sketchup is likely much more friendly to this type of modeling. My my gramma used to say "The way to go is the way you know"
A few years ago I had the student version of Pro/E 2001. It did the job but was annoying. So then I purchased Home Designer Software. The Suite version. Now that is fun to work with. Love it!
Granted, nothing beats free like Sketchup but for $100 you can get some pretty sophisticated features included. There is also a lower priced version for $59. It can even export out allthe materials you would need to a file.
I downloaded the free version of sketchup. I only looked at a getting started at the getting started video. I also looked at the file format it makes. It does not look like pro engineer knows the file extension. I would like to swap files back and forth between the two programs.