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lubos.petr
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Position representation from Inventor, multiple callout, precise align

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04-19-2010 04:14 AM
Hello,

- exist some vay to use existing positional representation from Inventor?
- is posible to add more than 1 associate property to callout/annotation?
- how i can precise align 2 objects, not draging by Move command (in example i have imported medels from 2 diferent sources and i need align this components by their axis)

Lubos Petr
Dagis a.s.
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AlexF1980
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Registered: ‎07-05-2005
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Re: Position representation from Inventor, multiple callout, precise align

04-19-2010 08:04 AM in reply to: lubos.petr
Unless I'm mistaken, these points should answer your questions:

1. The best way of using Positional Representations (Pos. Reps.) in Publisher is to first export the assembly to the .dwf format, grabbing all Pos. Reps. in the process.

2. I don't think this is possible, although I haven't tried it..

3. I think you'll likely have to do this within Inventor, and then either insert the assembly into Publisher, or export to .dwf and then insert (If you want to keep/use Pos. Reps.)
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deruhrmacher
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Re: Position representation from Inventor, multiple callout, precise align

07-04-2011 07:35 AM in reply to: AlexF1980

Hello there

 

I'm testing the trial of the 2012.

Is there a solution in the 2012 version, to use  Positional Representations (Pos. Reps.)?

 

Need to to a complex mobile manuals, which would be easy if I could use PosReps.

But without, I don't really see the use to pay so much for the Publisher.

 

Kind Regards,

Andreas

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