Inventor Fusion

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Does Inventor Fusion support API programming?

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08-07-2012 10:59 AM

Does Inventor Fusion support API programming?

Today there is no access to a public API. Can you explain what you were looking for. We are interested to understand what you were hopping for.

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Re: Does Inventor Fusion support API programming?

08-07-2012 04:27 PM in reply to: smm.144

Today there is no access to a public API. Can you explain what you were looking for. We are interested to understand what you were hopping for.

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Re: Does Inventor Fusion support API programming?

08-08-2012 12:47 PM in reply to: schneik

Hi,

I am working on a research project, a 2d concrete sample is generated in matlab. I want to transfer the model from matlab to a finite element software. I have choosen Autodesk Simulation for this purpose. Unlike other FEM packages like ansys and abaqus, it is not possible to do this in A.Sim directly, and this makes A.Sim not a suitable option for academic work. I thought doing this through Inventor would be a workaround.

I know API is available for Inventor.

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Re: Does Inventor Fusion support API programming?

09-12-2012 06:18 AM in reply to: schneik
Hello, a good day to all. Like to ask the location of API for autodesk inventor fusion 2012 is at where? Because I like to have some manipulation in the API for my research project. Is it possible to do the manipulation? Your kindness reply would be appreciated. Thanks.
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