AutoCAD vs Creo Schematics for Wiring Diagrams and System Interconnects
We are currently evaulating Creo Schematics to replace AutoCAD for wiring diagrams and system interconnects diagrams. I'd be interested in companies and or individuals that have currently taken the plunge and switched over. We have been using Creo Schematics AKA RSD for the past 2 years to drive our harnesses in Pro Cable and are familiar with the product. It's time now to see if we can get to the same level of productivity we have in AutoCAD for wiring and system interconnect block diagrams.
I have contacted PTC, but I don't have a real warm fuzzy on the user community yet and what companies are actually using Creo Schematics.
Re: AutoCAD vs Creo Schematics for Wiring Diagrams and System Interconnects
welcome to the forum!
Your post does not contain a direct question, so probably it has been mainly perceived as your introduction to the community. Maybe, if you raise a specific question there will be a little more responses as there usually are.