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I was lucky enough to do the inventor C&G course last year at Farnborough Tech, and the tutor brought in a ” sample” of 3d printing.
It was a cylinder head for his vintage motorbike.He had drawn it up in Inventer from the original drawings and got a brand spanking new one.
He advised us that the US military use the printers in
Action to replace odd bits on tanks and helecopters that get sot off or die.
Just plug in the disc with the 3d cad file and press print.
They can do Ally and stainless steel.
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Is it possible to automatically show item number in title blocks? I spent a lot of time trying to put it from format text -> properties but there are not properties such , … related with assembly or BOM or part lists.
Crying for HELP!
Best regards from Belgrade, Serbia.
This is possible, read this post:
And this one:
For some clues as to how it can be done…
However, I think that this could be an awkward approach.
A simpler approach might be to consider the assembly item number as a reference only – The item number just serves to coordinate the parts list with the item as shown on the drawing.
The parts lit contains the assembly item number and the part number.
The part number is unique to the part, and is saved in the IPT file. This means that you can call it out from your drawing easily.
Do you think that this workflow would be helpful for your company?
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