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Mattaxe
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07-23-2009 05:58 PM
Hi Team Fusion.... Love it ....Love it but a little basic, not yet sofisticated. Much excitement a bit of disappointment.


Ive tried "Synchonous Technology", this beats it hands down for speed, usability intuition and Aesthetics thanks to Marking menue and Glyphs. Not for sophistication ST far superior. My Machine and Graphics Card likes Fusion over Synchonous.


What has happened to the Loft tool from previous versions?


Dissapointed. Surfaces and Sketches can't be exported as DXF's for say...Lasercutting of profiles or CNC routing.



I cant seem to sweep a sketched line along a curved path to create a concave/convex work plane/surface as in previous versions.



Trim not working with "splines", ie right click and hold on spline and select trim dialogue via marking menue, then trim spline. not working.


It would be nice to "solo" a sketch, body or component (or multiple solo) much like "track solo" works within a Digital audio workstaion. This idea would work differently to the light bulb switches in the browser in that a "solo" switch would teporarily turn the light bulb of for any part, body or sketch that is not solo selected. when solo button deactivated, everything reapears as per browser setting(Light bulb settings). This would avoid having to switch lights of for many parts to make a quick edit and then have to turn them all back on.


Unable to mirror scketched lines (in sketch enviroment), or sketches, either about a plane, a face or a sketched axis?




Intel Q6600, Vista Business 32, 4gigRAM, 256Mb Ati, AutoCad 2000, Inventor2008 at work.

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