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New Group of Content Center Parts

Status: New Idea
by Valued Mentor on ‎02-08-2013 08:10 AM

Well I know there are many other flaws and higher priority fixes that need to be addressed, well before adding more items to the mix I just would like to throw this idea out there. 

 

Our company deals heavily with lifting devices and certifications.  We are constantly having to model up rigging components such as shackles, chains, hooks, clips, ropes etc... With that being said, it would be nice to have these items available in the Content Center.  I realize that the shapes and sizes vary from manutacturer to manufacturer, but perhaps getting some of the big suppliers (Crosby, Peerliess, Van Beest, Columbus Mckinnon, etc..) on board to allow Inventor to use their design, dimensions, etc... could be a possibility. 

 

Again I realize that this Idea is just a small blip compared to what others have already suggested.

 

Regards,


Dan

 

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by *Expert Elite* on ‎02-15-2013 08:27 AM

Dan,  do you realize that if you have access to these models, or have modeled them up yourself... these can easily be added to you Custom Content Center library?  Anything that you can model or download as a model can be added easily to CC.

by Contributor n.schotten on ‎02-28-2013 01:07 AM

Are these suppliers of yours already in partserver/cadenas or other (online) cad libraries? Just use them from there, and think about adding them to a custom (CC) library.

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