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Bethrine

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mjfarrell

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Re: My first Autodesk convention
« Reply #17 on: April 01, 2015, 09:46:12 AM »
OK then....Get Back to work!

Seriously, what I found helped me discover more about Inventor
was building something I knew a little about...I modeled a Bicycle
mostly complete.
I learned the value of using assemblies (think blocks) to keep the individual part(s)
models smaller and easier to navigate.
I was just getting into the i-Logic/i-Parts when my position in South Africa turned into
a bit of a hectic nightmare.
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Bethrine

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Re: My first Autodesk convention
« Reply #18 on: April 01, 2015, 09:59:53 AM »
Oh yes and thank you. I am going through it in my spare time. (When I find it.) I use assemblies all the time. They have great application here. iParts of some of our stuff would be useful. I sounded wrong, I didn't mean but thanks anyway, I meant there was no way to get through that fast BUT I wanted to thank you for those links.  :-)
AutoCAD 2014, Inventor 2014, TurboNest 2012
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mjfarrell

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Re: My first Autodesk convention
« Reply #19 on: April 01, 2015, 10:14:06 AM »
Oh yes and thank you. I am going through it in my spare time. (When I find it.) I use assemblies all the time. They have great application here. iParts of some of our stuff would be useful. I sounded wrong, I didn't mean but thanks anyway, I meant there was no way to get through that fast BUT I wanted to thank you for those links.  :-)

No worries...I take very little 'personally' this is the internet and some things are not conveyed as easily as speaking
face to face, or even on the phone. 
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