Migrating CAD Data

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CAD is considered as a revolutionary design tool, which provides cost-effective solutions with quick time interval. The entire process of design using CAD involves both software and sometimes specially created hardware related to a specific industry or application. If you have used CAD systems for many years the need to migrate legacy data to a newer system will arise. CAD Migration is a complex process and should only be entrusted to professionals.

Every migration project is different, which means that every solution is different. It's the 'process' that is the important factor, not just the resulting format. To accurately move data into a new design environment requires a tailored solution. That's an expensive sounding sentence but when weighing up the cost of annually maintaining unsupported hardware and software in order to access legacy data suddenly it is not! Migrating CAD data to the latest version of your CAD system means that the latest version only of each CAD file in the Vault will have a new version created in essence every unique CAD record will have a new version, increasing the file store size.

For each general class of data migrated, determine a best approach. Migration software thrives to seamlessly convert all of your data from paper drawings, scanned drawings, legacy data in any software and 3D models to high precision 2D design drawings to be used for manufacturing. Much of this is down to incompatibility of CAD design formats between engineers and OEMs. Today, not just getting the correct support platform is difficult but also the costs are even higher.

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