I've not used either of those. Last CAD experience I had was in the '90s with Pro/ENGINEER. It was way ahead of its time. With Pro/E, you create the part in three dimensions (using extrusions, rotations, etc.) and it creates the drawings for you. Cool stuff.Hi,
Yar CAD is handy learnt that back at college around the 1990s, still learning solidworks as before I've always used Autocad which is quite different.
Will have to work out how to add the knurling using cuts and not faking it with rendering software!