Inventor Fusion

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Mattaxe
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Loft?

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07-24-2009 06:55 PM
What has happened to Loft to create this kind of shape (Inventor 2008)...see video(7.4mb)

http://screencast.com/t/nV6ld78sxG Edited by: Mattaxe on Jul 25, 2009 2:47 AM
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jeff.strater
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Re: Loft?

07-25-2009 11:27 AM in reply to: Mattaxe
Just to clarify: Inventor Fusion is not the same application as Inventor. As a result, Fusion does not have the exact same functionality set as Inventor. Currently, loft is not supported in Fusion. We certainly hope to support it in a future release.

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Jeff Strater (Fusion development team)
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Mattaxe
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Re: Loft?

07-25-2009 08:06 PM in reply to: Mattaxe
Thanks Jeff, I do understand that Inventor and Inventor Fusion are different applications (with the same name), It is sometimes a little unclear as to weather buggy/partial functionality is attributed to the limited functionality of this release or weather it is an actual bug..... From My perspective, the full version would not be complete without a fully featured Loft function (and others for that matter). Very much looking forward to the full version...very promising so far.

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