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*Miller, Steve
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Any possibility of a Mold Design pachage in IV?

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12-16-2002 11:51 PM
That is the question of the day around here. Unless there is one on the
horizon we will drop our subscription to Inventor Series and stick with
MDT 6 or switch to Pro/E and use their mold design option.

Steve Miller
Pre Plastics
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Posts: 2,068
Registered: ‎12-10-2003
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Re: Any possibility of a Mold Design pachage in IV?

12-17-2002 01:58 AM in reply to: *Miller, Steve
How about Mold Factory?
*Jeffrey, Dennis
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Re: Any possibility of a Mold Design pachage in IV?

12-17-2002 05:57 AM in reply to: *Miller, Steve
These features will come.... what specifically are you looking for in a
package? Have you investigated Derived parts and 3D paths for parting
lines?

Dennis

Steve Miller wrote:

> That is the question of the day around here. Unless there is one on the
> horizon we will drop our subscription to Inventor Series and stick with
> MDT 6 or switch to Pro/E and use their mold design option.
>
> Steve Miller
> Pre Plastics

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