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Les équipes produit agiles innovantes et connectées au cloud utilisent les outils de collaboration et de contrôle de version intégrés à Onshape pour créer plus rapidement leurs produits, en toute sérénité.
Notes moyennes283 avis
- Note globale 4.5/5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4.5/5
- Service client 4.7/5
- Fonctionnalités 4.1/5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.6/5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de 125,00 $US/mois
- Version gratuite Oui
- Essai gratuit Oui
Cloud, SaaS, web
Formation en ligne en direct
Support en horaire de bureau
Informations sur l'éditeur
- Fondé en 2012
En savoir plus sur Onshape
Onshape est le premier et le seul système de CAO 3D entièrement cloud. Il permet à l'ensemble des membres des équipes de design de collaborer depuis n'importe quel navigateur web, téléphone ou tablette.
Onshape a été spécifiquement conçu pour s'adapter à la manière dont les ingénieurs, les designers et les fabricants travaillent vraiment. Il leur donne accès à la version originale de leurs données de CAO sans devoir activer une licence ou copier des fichiers, simultanément et en toute sécurité.
Onshape - Fonctionnalités
- Analyse de conception
- Dessin 2D
- Exportation de designs
- Gestion des documents
- Modélisation 3D
- Outils de présentation
Avis les plus utiles sur Onshape
Publié le 24/09/2019
Great Software for 3D Parametric CAD and Easily Accessible
Commentaires: Overall, using OnShape has been a walk in the park. The user experience of it was fluid, even on a 6 year old Macbook Pro on base specs, not something I could say about Solidworks or AutoCAD. It is fully featured and not having to worry about files, using the built-in cloud integration is great. I would not hesitate to recommend OnShape to anyone interested in picking up CAD or even small CAD shops.
Avantages: Coming into the 3D printing world as a student hobbyist, OnShape was a wonderful introduction to 3D CAD and modeling concepts. It was easy and intuitive to pick up (without an engineering degree), and their instructions videos detailed all the primary features you will need. I am by no means a CAD or engineering professional, so I speak to this software from purely a hobbyist and 3D printing nerd standpoint. It was easy for me to pick up and learn, and the fact that the software operated on a browser (I use Safari) was amazing. The cloud integration was solid and robust, albeit only allowing public models and documents on free accounts. I was able to log into any workstation near me and be able to pull up a model and work on it. The decoupling of compute and processing power from the base hardware was also refreshing when it came to unknown pieces of hardware. In my makerspace, I primarily operated on not-so-amazing machines compared to my home workstation, so the ability to be portable and rely on cloud processing was nice. There wasn't really anything I wanted to do from a basic parametric 3D CAD software that I couldn't do on OnShape. From the few years, I've been using it, they are also constantly improving the features available and also refining the user interface. Admittedly, the versioning system which comprised of different branches was a little unexpected in CAD software but is very paralleled to code-versioning software like Git.
Inconvénients: The hardest part about the software was being able to find other people who used it to teach you about it. Being rather new to the CAD scene, OnShape does have as widespread adoption as SolidWorks or AutoCAD, so being able to find others who used it was challenging. Ultimately though, with the decent amount of support documentation detailing the features and some very helpful forum posts, the lack of user experiences could be overlooked. The interface and usage is also quite different from the traditional CAD's was also a bit of a challenge, if you eventually find yourself migrating or using one from time to time. The lack of private projects with free accounts is also a bummer, but not a major issue by any means.
Publié le 26/07/2019
Great collaborative design tool!
Commentaires: We use Onshape daily to design research equipment ranging from simple supports to complex machinery. It's robust collaborative system allows us to keep everyone on the same page, across teams that are in different time zones, and even occasionally different continents! The cloud based nature means we don't have to worry about someone being behind on updates, everyone sees the same exact thing every time.
Avantages: Onshape has a relatively short learning curve, anyone with basic CAD familiarity can be off and running in minutes. Despite this, it has a very robust feature set, and interoperability with all of the industry standards.
Inconvénients: Lack of organic CAM features. We like to use the same tool end-to-end, and most Onshape CAM requires us to step to a parallel toolset.
Publié le 16/09/2019
Onshape is awesome
Avantages: I love the combination of direct editing with parametric modeling. The options opened up with direct editing is simply amazing. I often work in my job with models that came for outside of my organization, leaving me without the full feature history to work with, so direct editing is a game changer. The cloud based access is also incredibly helpful. I’m no longer tied to a particular device to access my models. Working in the office, at home or on road, it doesn’t matter. I wondered at first if working in a browser would be tough given that cad programs are so computationally heavy, but I have never had an issue.
Inconvénients: The only time I’ve wished I had a feature not available was when I needed a font that wasn’t available.
Publié le 01/02/2019
Few Issues but great for Free CAD learning experience
I have been using Onshape for a while and for one of my Senior Graduate class project, I sued Onshape to help new CAD students get some experience as well. It is definitely a very popular online CAD program among many Mechanical Engineering students. It definitely cannot beat Solidworks in terms of ease of use but I would recommend it for following reasons
- Its FREE to use
Why not get your feet wet into the CAD design world with a tool that is free to use. One can easil get the basics of CAD modeling through this software.
- Online Cloud based software
We all know anything that is online and cloud based means it can be accessed anywhere if you have access to internet. No need to install huge GB of software on your machine instead just get a high speed internet and get on with the modeling.
And yes, it doesn't care if you have a Windows are a Mac so that's a plus.
Sketch, Extrude, Hole, Mirror, Chafing anything you need to do for CAD, Onshape has it. It is fast and assembly and mating process is intuitive and works really well. For something that is free, cloud based, online and easily accessible this is one of the best CAD programs I have used and I would recommend it to anyone. Onshape has tons of documentation so learning is fun. For a beginner in CAD Onshape is the way to go.
This software has some cons which is not a dealbreaker bit definitely something to keep an eye out for,
During my project and online use it did crash on me multiple times. Refreshing the page helped but sometimes I did have to start a new project.
- Almost as good as Solidworks but not quite
If i were to compare it I would say it is 70% as good as solidworks
- Has it's own terminologies
Onshape has it's own features and terminologies which one has to be accustomed to. Onshape does provide online lot of documents and vocabularies so if you have time to spend reading that, it is not that bad.
Publié le 01/07/2019
What more could you ask for?
Commentaires: I love Onshape. I now use it exclusively for all my 3D printing projects because of its accessibility. And it's free!
Avantages: a browser based CAD program? Super convenient! Especially when working on Linux where other software packages are unavailable. I find that Onshape has all the features and functionality I've ever needed, and the best part is I don't have to take up space on my computer with expensive software!
Inconvénients: Sometimes the features are a bit tricky to find and use. I often have to google and look through forums to figure out how to accomplish a particular design.