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*Teun Ham \(IV10 SP3 / IV2008 SP1\)
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Content Center - Weld Nut (DIN 929)?

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12-10-2007 07:31 AM
I thought that the Content Center also included weld nuts (DIN 929), but I
can't find anything...

Maybe I am mistaken...

Does anyone know where to get an iPart of a Weld Nut (DIN 929)?

If not, I will have to create one myself...

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T. Ham
CAD Automation & Systems Administrator
CDS Engineering BV

HP xw4300 Workstation
Dual Pentium XEON 3.6 Ghz
4 GB SDRAM
NVIDIA QUADRO FX 3450/4000 SDI (Driver = 6.14.10.9185)
250 GB SEAGATE SATA Hard Disc
3Com Gigabit NIC

Windows XP Professional SP2
Autodesk Inventor Series 10 SP3a
Autodesk Inventor Suite 2008 SP1
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*Teun Ham \(IV10 SP3 / IV2008 SP1\)
Message 2 of 4 (723 Views)

Re: Content Center - Weld Nut (DIN 929)?

12-13-2007 12:29 AM in reply to: *Teun Ham \(IV10 SP3 / IV2008 SP1\)
Since nobody replied I create my own (metric) Weld Nut iPart.

Feel free to use for yourself, but first take a look at the materials which
are included in the iPart...

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T. Ham
CAD Automation & Systems Administrator
CDS Engineering BV

HP xw4300 Workstation
Dual Pentium XEON 3.6 Ghz
4 GB SDRAM
NVIDIA QUADRO FX 3450/4000 SDI (Driver = 6.14.10.9185)
250 GB SEAGATE SATA Hard Disc
3Com Gigabit NIC

Windows XP Professional SP2
Autodesk Inventor Series 10 SP3a
Autodesk Inventor Suite 2008 SP1
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warrentdo
Posts: 737
Registered: ‎02-02-2004
Message 3 of 4 (723 Views)

Re: Content Center - Weld Nut (DIN 929)?

01-02-2008 06:45 AM in reply to: *Teun Ham \(IV10 SP3 / IV2008 SP1\)
Cheers Teun, works well.
Warren
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andreasenv
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎04-17-2012
Message 4 of 4 (490 Views)

Re: Content Center - Weld Nut (DIN 929)?

11-15-2012 02:12 AM in reply to: *Teun Ham \(IV10 SP3 / IV2008 SP1\)

Thanks but i have a wierd minor error. If i choose M8 the value of the nut height is 6.5 but if i measure it it says the nut is 7. And this 0.5 error of height isnt reproduced in any other size. Wierd dwf error or something?

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