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Aligning Objects - HOW?!!!!!!!

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10-03-2012 11:36 AM

Hello:

 I am new to Inventor Fusion and am having a frustrating time just finding ways to do simple things such as aligning one object to another.

 I have a cube and a cylinder and am trying to center them so their centers line up together so I can fuse one to teh other through a boolean operation but have found no way to do this.

 I am very familiar with 3DS Max so I am not new to working with 3D objects but Inventor Fusion seems so non-intuitive by comparison.

 Pardon me if I sound angry here but after 2  weeks of trying to teach myself this program, I am on the verger of chucking my computer out the window, here.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Tom

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Re: Aligning Objects - HOW?!!!!!!!

10-03-2012 03:44 PM in reply to: tom

Search here for past class on Fusions in past years http://au.autodesk.com by Kevin Schneider.

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