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Onshape: Is It Worth Checking Out?

For the past couple of years, there’s been some intrigue in the MCAD industry. Ever since Jon Hirschtick and John McEleney, veterans in this industry, pulled together a new startup to focus on the remaining challenges with MCAD, there has been plenty of speculation. Well, yesterday, the speculation is over. Onshape has officially launched.

In this post, we’ll review the capabilities that Onshape, a MCAD-in-the-Cloud service, offers. I’ll give my perspective on what it all means. But ultimately, I’ll try to answer a simple question: is it worth it?

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