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    Default Come on POST !!!

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    Loads of VIEWS but not much posting here.

    Why ????

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    I have never used Inventor. Sounds like an excellent program from they way you talk about it though.

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    Yip. I got it when my school bought Acad 2004. We got Acad 2004, MDT 04 and IV 7, in the same box. 125pounds per seat.

    What sort of cad do you do ? 2D, 3D ?

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    Most of the drawings I do are 2D. In the past 7yrs ,with the same company, I have only done 2 drawings in 3D. For what I do, straight
    AutoCAD works great. I am currently using 2004 but hope to upgrade
    to 2005 soon.

    I work for Motorola as a draftsman/designer. Doing everything from floor plans, simple site layouts to large system diagrams. I do a lot with custom menus to cut down on the turn around time.

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    Nick, I may be wrong but I'm not entirely sure that starting a topic with the title "Come on POST !!!" is really the best way to encourage people to get involved with the Inventor forum.

    Again, I might be wrong but perhaps if you posted some useful tips and tricks or maybe a short illustrated tutorial, that would get people interested.

    Existing Inventor users are only going to use this forum if there is already some useful content here.
    Tip: Please do not PM or email me with CAD questions - use the forums, you'll get an answer sooner.
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    Creating and printing large assemblies or production lines and checking if there is enough room for machinery etcis one of the tasks INVENTOR
    was designed for.

    CADTUTOR

    I'll post up a step-by-step of how to create a propellor blade next week.

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