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jameslenane
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inventor 2011-fusion?

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08-22-2011 01:48 PM

Could some kind hearted fellow student piease waik me through the procedure to add fusion to inventor 2011 for me as i really like the look of the hands on side of it,or am i making a bad decision?

Anyway help would be greatly appreciated and you might even get a xmas card for the emerald isle.thanks

 

James

 

Hello James,

 

You may find more info about Inventor Fusion here: http://labs.autodesk.com/technologies/fusion/ . You may find additional value if you also try Inventor Fusion. Any feedback on Fusion is welcome.

 

Thanks,

 

-Huan

 

 


jameslenane wrote:

you might even get a xmas card for the emerald isle.thanks

 

James

 


If you could arrange an invite for free lodging - I could arrange free training for you.

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Huan.Yu_Autodesk
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Re: inventor 2011-fusion?

08-22-2011 07:25 PM in reply to: jameslenane

Hello James,

 

Thank you for your interest to Inventor Fusion. Could you please provide more info about "add fusion to inventor 2011"? I'd like to understand what exactly you want to do. Then I or somebody else may help you...

 

Thank you,

 

-Huan

 

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Re: inventor 2011-fusion?

08-23-2011 02:54 AM in reply to: Huan.Yu_Autodesk

Hi and thanks for the reply,the reasoning behind trying to add fusion is it seems so much more hands on than inventor if that is at all possible!Im a student so im in the process of trying to get to grips with the software and was having some issues with planes +projected geometry in sketch mode  and constraints in assemblies but thats more than likely down to me being used to 2D AutoCAD(2000) +AutoCAD LT 2002 and not having a tutor beside me to guide me when im stuck!

Anyway i just think that fusion might help me but please feel free to tell me i could be just confusing matters as im learning already wihn inventor 2011 and is fusion something i should do at a latter date?

Thanks Haun

 

by the way what settings do i need to change in subs+bookmarks?Can you tell im new to emails and discusion groups,i was building RIBs(powerboats)for the last 6 or 7 years,i passed the pc every morning going into the workshop!

 

Gratefull James

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Re: inventor 2011-fusion?

08-25-2011 01:32 AM in reply to: jameslenane

Hello James,

 

You may find more info about Inventor Fusion here: http://labs.autodesk.com/technologies/fusion/ . You may find additional value if you also try Inventor Fusion. Any feedback on Fusion is welcome.

 

Thanks,

 

-Huan

 

 

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Re: inventor 2011-fusion?

09-25-2011 09:55 AM in reply to: jameslenane

jameslenane wrote:

you might even get a xmas card for the emerald isle.thanks

 

James

 


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Re: inventor 2011-fusion?

12-19-2011 04:06 AM in reply to: JDMather

HI JD,MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE EMERALD ISLE,I HAVE A QUESTION FOR YOU I CANT START FUSION FROM INVENTOR AND WHEN I GO INTO THE OPTIONS>PARTS>EDIT BASE SOLIDS USING,IT WONT LET ME PICK FUSION EVENTHOUGH IT SAYS ITS RECOMMENDED,ANY REASON WHY THIS IS HAPPENING?

ALL THE BEST  JAMES

 

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