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*DiGiannurio, Thomas
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grounded work points

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11-27-2002 09:07 AM
Does anyone know if there is any written documentation or white papers on
this topic. I am interested in drawing alot of hydraulic& pneumatic hose &
fittings. I saw a demonstration on how this feature makes it easier to do
this. How do you copy and move the grounded work points without the use of
work planes? Any help would be appreciated. I reviewed the book that came
with inventor 6 and it is not much help.

Thanks
Thomas DiGiannurio
*Dotson, Sean
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Re: grounded work points

11-27-2002 12:15 PM in reply to: *DiGiannurio, Thomas
I cover it a bit in my Introduction to 3D sketches Tutorials. I focus on
the adaptive method but the grounded work point method is similar. Got to
www.sdotson.com and download there.

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Sean Dotson, PE
http://www.sdotson.com

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> Does anyone know if there is any written documentation or white papers on
> this topic. I am interested in drawing alot of hydraulic& pneumatic hose &
> fittings. I saw a demonstration on how this feature makes it easier to do
> this. How do you copy and move the grounded work points without the use of
> work planes? Any help would be appreciated. I reviewed the book that came
> with inventor 6 and it is not much help.
>
> Thanks
> Thomas DiGiannurio
>
>
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