Following up from last years topic on assemblies.
Looking to hear from @Istvan_CEO_Shapr3D follow up on his statement last year:
“Proper assemblies are on our roadmap, and planned to be released in 2021.”
Shapr3D has potential to be a great CAD software, but the Fortune100 company I work for won’t use it until it is has a basic CAD feature like assembly.
I think I speak for almost every professional design engineer when I say that a CAD software that can’t assembly parts is just for hobbyists and even then it is limiting.
As of right now, my personal take on Shapr3D is that it is a great tool to make a single model and export the model to Solidworks, Creo, or Fusion360. It is not a standalone CAD software.