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*Hatley, Jim
Message 31 of 61 (111 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:29 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
I would be great to use as a learning tool.
*MikeC
Message 32 of 61 (111 Views)

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

12-10-2003 12:31 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
Nice job..........where's the ICBM headed?

"Diemaker" wrote in message
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> See .avi in IVCF, warning - size is 10 megs.
> Thought someone would enjoy a little levity for the holidays. This
> started as the constraints tutorial on Adsk web site. It worked so
> well I decided to keep adding till IV broke. It's not surprising I
> ended up with something that looked like a stamping press, complete
> with feeder, de-reeler and oil spray. Then I decided to get cute and
> add a sailboat to the oil reservoir... that's when it turned into a
> toy. No better way to learn than repetition, and I replicated. The
> first 5 hours everything was breaking on every move. After I figured
> it out, I couldn't believe how easy and solid it was. It's all stock
> constraints driven by the blue crank gear. No equations or macros. IV
> lasted longer than I did, but it got pretty slow to work with. I'm
> thinking IV would be very popular if it sold for $59.00 and was called
> Inventor Tycoon. :smileysurprised:)>
>
*Crain, Ron
Message 33 of 61 (111 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:44 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
Concord, Ma?

"MikeC" wrote in message
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| Nice job..........where's the ICBM headed?
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Message 34 of 61 (111 Views)

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

12-10-2003 12:45 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
Superb job!



It's kind of like watching one of those paintings where the stairs have no beginning or end. You keep looking at it trying to find what you missed the last time you looked at it.



Two thumbs up!



MechMan
*MikeC
Message 35 of 61 (111 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:46 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
I'm pretty sure they signed a treaty with the USA

"Ron Crain" wrote in message
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> Concord, Ma?
>
> "MikeC" wrote in message
> news:89DB54E3C891E97902D51C295A73A398@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> | Nice job..........where's the ICBM headed?
>
>
*Crain, Ron
Message 36 of 61 (111 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:49 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
"you have mail"

"MikeC" wrote in message
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| I'm pretty sure they signed a treaty with the USA
|
| "Ron Crain" wrote in message
| news:20464937C0D412F1B7BA8B5DF7BDCCF1@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
| > Concord, Ma?
| >
| > "MikeC" wrote in message
| > news:89DB54E3C891E97902D51C295A73A398@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
| > | Nice job..........where's the ICBM headed?
| >
| >
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*MikeC
Message 37 of 61 (111 Views)

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12-10-2003 12:54 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
LOL, AUTODESK would appreciate that.

"Ron Crain" wrote in message
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> "you have mail"
>
> "MikeC" wrote in message
> news:16B961E7353706FC722E4DE732CA6A5C@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> | I'm pretty sure they signed a treaty with the USA
> |
> | "Ron Crain" wrote in message
> | news:20464937C0D412F1B7BA8B5DF7BDCCF1@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> | > Concord, Ma?
> | >
> | > "MikeC" wrote in message
> | > news:89DB54E3C891E97902D51C295A73A398@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> | > | Nice job..........where's the ICBM headed?
> | >
> | >
> |
> |
>
>
*Maenpaa, Mike
Message 38 of 61 (111 Views)

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

12-10-2003 01:19 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
Very cool!
Now you just need to synch it with music, like the one's here
http://www.animusic.com/

Mike
*mvier40
Message 39 of 61 (111 Views)

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

12-10-2003 02:07 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
Can someone post a "makeashorterlink" so I can show this to my non-Inventor
savvy friends at other locations? Thanks! BTW, very cool.

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"Diemaker" wrote in message
news:6n7etvgl13v3iceictip44ataa9ef4g9un@4ax.com...
> See .avi in IVCF, warning - size is 10 megs.
> Thought someone would enjoy a little levity for the holidays. This
> started as the constraints tutorial on Adsk web site. It worked so
> well I decided to keep adding till IV broke. It's not surprising I
> ended up with something that looked like a stamping press, complete
> with feeder, de-reeler and oil spray. Then I decided to get cute and
> add a sailboat to the oil reservoir... that's when it turned into a
> toy. No better way to learn than repetition, and I replicated. The
> first 5 hours everything was breaking on every move. After I figured
> it out, I couldn't believe how easy and solid it was. It's all stock
> constraints driven by the blue crank gear. No equations or macros. IV
> lasted longer than I did, but it got pretty slow to work with. I'm
> thinking IV would be very popular if it sold for $59.00 and was called
> Inventor Tycoon. :smileysurprised:)>
>
*Keller, Kent
Message 40 of 61 (111 Views)

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12-10-2003 02:23 AM in reply to: *Diemaker
This should work
http://makeashorterlink.com/?B3FB225C6

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"mvier40" wrote in message
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> Can someone post a "makeashorterlink"
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