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*Diemaker
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12-09-2003 11:57 PM in reply to: *Diemaker
My modesty prevents me from answering yes. But I would be thrilled.
And if you did I would email my buddies to go check it out.--------


"Sean Dotson" wrote:

>That's great!! Want me to put it on my site?
*Diemaker
Message 22 of 61 (129 Views)

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12-09-2003 11:58 PM in reply to: *Diemaker
Would you take the job if I told you the crank moves the
man?-----------


"Larry Caldwell" wrote:

> Don't think I'd want to crank that saw all day though!
>~Larry
*Diemaker
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12-10-2003 12:00 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
At least a hundred hours. But I'm new, so there's a lot of learning in
this file. I'm sure I won't do another... Not without a goal, a plan
and a purpose.-----------


"Mladen P." wrote:

>How much time did you spent on this?
>
*Diemaker
Message 24 of 61 (129 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:01 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
Get back to work, I'm not paying you to watch movies. :smileysurprised:)> -------


"John Ricketts" wrote:

>Has your boss seen this?....... you did it all at home right?
*Diemaker
Message 25 of 61 (129 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:02 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
I thought you would particularly like the logo in the bottom right
corner.---------



"Donovan Cox" wrote:

>so will there be a turorial on how to make that.? that thing is extremely
>cool to watch
*Diemaker
Message 26 of 61 (129 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:08 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
This is just IV. Surprised you too huh? There are 1250 entries in the
parameters table. There are a number of gaps in the sequence. There
are a few items under the mounting plate driving things, like a big
plate with a spline sketched groove to track the car. THe car hits the
crank, but after tweaking in the track to narrowly advoid the buzzsaw
it would not move any more. That was it, I called it quits, after so
much work every move was making me nervous.

Charles Bliss wrote:

>This is very cool. I am going to assume that you used Animator to
>create it.
*Bystry, Mark A.
Message 27 of 61 (129 Views)

Re: Inventor is not a toy... or is it?

12-10-2003 12:10 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
good grief, guy. that was really cool.

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Mark A. Bystry
Engineer
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*Bystry, Mark A.
Message 28 of 61 (129 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:12 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
oh, totally. i think sean should put it on his sight too.

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Mark A. Bystry
Engineer
Ziggity Systems, Inc.

Dell Precision 420 Workstation
Dual 933 MHz Pentium III
WinXP Pro SP1
768 MB RDRAM
PNY Quadro4 750 XGL
nVidia 6.14.10.5214
*Crain, Ron
Message 29 of 61 (129 Views)

Re: Inventor is not a toy... or is it?

12-10-2003 12:15 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
Very impressive! Much kudos to you.
I'm sure it would be a great learning tool for others to dissect to utilize
some of the constraints.
Are you planning on posting the inventor files?
*Cox, Donovan
Message 30 of 61 (129 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:25 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
yes i do sir,
"Diemaker" wrote in message
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> I thought you would particularly like the logo in the bottom right
> corner.---------
>
>
>
> "Donovan Cox" wrote:
>
> >so will there be a turorial on how to make that.? that thing is
extremely
> >cool to watch
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