Best practices by industry analyst Chad Jackson
A majority of design changes that CAD designers deal with come late in development. Responding to these late stage change requests can be frustrating and time consuming.
That is why you need the power to make late-stage design changes quickly and easily, without sacrificing existing design intent. When you’re adjusting to a last-minute change, you need to be nimble and agile in your modeling: making direct edits, preserving the intelligence of existing models and applying intelligence to dumb models.
In this new eBook, Design Flexibility industry analyst/blogger Chad Jackson, explores best practices for responding to late stage design changes, without recreating your model.