Inventor General Discussion

Inventor General Discussion

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*Caldwell, Larry
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11-14-2002 08:06 AM in reply to: *B, Rich
Well, maybe we ought to recruit them as
programmers. Is mating with yourself considered monogamous?
<G>

~Larry

 


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Giant
Clams.  They are both male and female all in one shell.

Larry
Caldwell wrote:


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Can you name one species on the planet that's monogamous? <G>
~Larry

"Gary Cook" <1gcook2@3comautotech4.com (remove #s)> wrote in message
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Went to the SW2003 rollout, some interesting stuff, but on the whole I'd
say

we're better off with Inventor, particularly with the new features in R6.

I was surprised at how some of the features of Inventor had made there way
into SW. Seems to be a lot of cross-pollenization.

Gary
"Rich B" <dontbotherme@work.com> wrote in message
news:A50704762C896E0EBCD9A0491AD61386@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...

I searched for this to see if its been discussed but didn't find any
messages with Solidworks in the subject line. I'm thinking of getting
one of these and I would like to have feed back from someone that has
used both. The sales material are great for both products but you know
salesmen! If you can't do it teach it, if you can't teach it sell it!!


Thanks for any help. Rich B



    



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