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Dave_L
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Message 31 of 41 (299 Views)

Re: Inventor??????

03-30-2006 07:45 AM in reply to: *Mr Tony Hamilton
You said:

"Solidworks lightweight components are not configs. Unless you just call everything a config."

No one said lightweights were configs????? I was on SW for years diemaker :smileyhappy:

Lets not get ugly now.
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diemaker
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Message 32 of 41 (300 Views)

Re: Inventor??????

03-30-2006 08:13 AM in reply to: *Mr Tony Hamilton
I'm not goig to play you said-i said...

as long as the facts are fact now.
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Dave_L
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Message 33 of 41 (300 Views)

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03-30-2006 09:20 AM in reply to: *Mr Tony Hamilton
I am glad you see the real 'facts' now, nice to see when someone admits he was wrong.

BTW, you started the 'I said, you said' game... I just hit the ball back because YOUR facts were messed up. You probably just need a good nap.

This thread needs more cow bell.
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kgrunawalt
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Message 34 of 41 (300 Views)

Re: Inventor??????

03-30-2006 09:25 AM in reply to: *Mr Tony Hamilton
I can't tell you what actions cause which pieces to load. I do know that R11 has improvements in loading avoidance during various operations. These are separate from the LOD feature. So, while Inventor was built to load as needed, there was room for further optimization. I think this is most dramatic on the Drawing side, but Assembly loading has improved too.
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JDMATHER
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Message 35 of 41 (300 Views)

Re: Inventor??????

03-30-2006 09:26 AM in reply to: *Mr Tony Hamilton
kgrunawalt wrote

The R11 LOD representation is not the same as the lightweight feature. (snip)

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Reply From: Dave_L

Its what Solidworks calls configurations....and they have had it for years and years and .........

(Not picking sides, just stating facts)
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Dave_L
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Message 36 of 41 (301 Views)

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03-30-2006 09:43 AM in reply to: *Mr Tony Hamilton
JD, you are mixing up two different statements. I never said that Lightweights are Configurations.... Period! I repeat PERIOD! Try reading the whole thread again. If you still don't get...just move on.

I said LOD was like SW configurations, on which I was corrected, and to which I said basically, Great!! Bring on 11.

Man, mentioning the compitition in a positive light and the attacks begin.
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JDMATHER
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Message 37 of 41 (304 Views)

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03-30-2006 10:00 AM in reply to: *Mr Tony Hamilton
Are you using the web side or the news reader? Looks like a direct response to me. Could be you just replied to the wrong post causing confusion. Anyhow everything is cleared up, time to let this one die.
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Message 38 of 41 (311 Views)

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03-30-2006 10:05 AM in reply to: *Mr Tony Hamilton
This is what I saw. Sorry for the confusion.
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tsreagan
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Message 39 of 41 (157 Views)

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02-05-2013 12:46 PM in reply to: *Mr Tony Hamilton

HAHAHA.

 

I can produce 100 drawings a day in inventor 2013 with ILOGIC.

 

Beat that soliddoesntworks.

 

ARC

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JDMather
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Message 40 of 41 (152 Views)

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02-05-2013 12:49 PM in reply to: tsreagan

Why pull up a 7 yr old thread?

You think time has stood still for SWx?

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