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MRAHM Posted on: Apr 23 2016, 03:23 AM


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I found this function when messing around with positioning intellishapes. Maybee it is just me that it took looooong time to find it but I think it is powerfull and smart. It works so good that I havenīt noticed it!

When dropping Intellshapes onto other intellishapes the position is relative to...
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MRAHM Posted on: Apr 23 2016, 02:53 AM


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Thanks for your help! I was shure that I did like you sad but I must have made something wrong....
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MRAHM Posted on: Apr 22 2016, 06:53 AM


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When using Smart Dimension to position intellishapes I often get the intellishapes twisted in any way. What am I doing wrong? I have tried to put the dimension on edges and faces but still the model isīt looked in the way I wanīt to.

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MRAHM Posted on: Mar 29 2016, 12:18 PM


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GREAT with the new online manual and Youtube channel for IronPRO! You find it in the toolbar for each IronPRO catalog in the latest release....
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MRAHM Posted on: Mar 20 2016, 02:52 AM


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[quote=tlehnhaeuser,Mar 18 2016, 09:20 AM]I guess it makes the case for an alternative platoform? Linux, Apple...Ubuntu :-)
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I think that the trouble is the geometric kernel. From what I know Parasolid and Acis only work...
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MRAHM Posted on: Mar 18 2016, 12:48 AM


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Thanks! Then it is Windows related and not IC....
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MRAHM Posted on: Mar 17 2016, 07:05 AM


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Is there anyone else who have updated windows to W10? My experience is that IronCAD has become slow after update from W7 to W10. Unfortunatly IC was updated in the same time frame so I canīt realy tell if it is IC or Windows that is slow.

Has anyone else updated to W10?
Is latest version of IC w...
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MRAHM Posted on: Mar 3 2016, 07:54 AM


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About the K-factor. I know that some set up different k-factors for different vendors. But this is all based on their experience and how critical the result is....
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MRAHM Posted on: Feb 26 2016, 10:51 AM


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Hi Tom
Configure floaty popup to solve 3....
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MRAHM Posted on: Feb 12 2016, 04:24 AM


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Is there a export/import function for your settings between IC versions?...
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MRAHM Posted on: Feb 1 2016, 09:16 AM


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Check with your vendor what they prefer. The vendor I normally use uses Bycut by Bystronic in their cutting machine. So I can send and unfolded parasolid and their program do the rest. It is easiest for all of us. Bycut is a SolidWorks extension so if they get a parasolid file they can do all mea...
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MRAHM Posted on: Jan 20 2016, 12:23 PM


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Hello
Iīve been using IronCAD for a while and everytime I try another CAD software I realize why I choosed IronCAD. There are some bugs and errors but the way of designing is powerfull! Anyway...there are some issues. I scrolled throught the enhancement request and bug fix topics and many things...
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MRAHM Posted on: Dec 10 2015, 03:01 AM


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Do anyone of you know how to get UserName to inherit value from PartNumber and/or Description? By using PartNumber as UserName every single file on the harddrive get an uniqe name. No naming collision and if a customer refers to a drawing it is uniqe. I can get the CodeGen to get UserName into P...
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MRAHM Posted on: Nov 21 2015, 09:57 AM


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I use Innovative Part mode. I like it. Yesterday I got a realy usefull tip about how to use "Assosiate BREP with body" from dleczynski. That function is very powerfull and will save me hours in some cases but it only works on Structural Parts. So based on that.

Just asking because I h...
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MRAHM Posted on: Nov 16 2015, 04:30 AM


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Robosim looks easy and fast to work with. Hopefully IC make an similar solution....
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MRAHM Posted on: Nov 12 2015, 11:28 AM


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[quote=jolizon590016,Nov 11 2015, 05:33 AM][url=http://www.solidworks.com/launch/video.html?vid=FD482533603F392123CFE4A00810F74F]http://www.solidworks.com/launch/video.htm...3CFE4A00810F74F[/url]

SWX2016 posted this
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MRAHM Posted on: Nov 9 2015, 08:46 AM


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[quote=Mike Hatch,Nov 9 2015, 05:25 AM]Hi,

In mechanical drawing terms trailing zeros DO have a value.  BS8888 (was BS308) gives the range, generally none = +/- 0.5mm, one = +/- 0.25mm, two = +/- 0.1mm.  All drawings (in this company anyway, in the UK) are to BS8888 with the trailing zer...
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MRAHM Posted on: Nov 9 2015, 01:35 AM


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Just a question which isīt IronCAD specific. Iīve been learned that trailing zeros doesīt add any value. In math it does but not in mechanical drawing/design. When I wanīt to describe the degree of deviation from a value I use tolerances. Sometimes it is a +- value. General dimension values refe...
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MRAHM Posted on: Oct 28 2015, 04:48 AM


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Great!...
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MRAHM Posted on: Mar 20 2015, 12:13 PM


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[quote=Eric Foy,Feb 5 2015, 05:08 AM]I did a "Save As" into a new directory to get the answer...

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After a  a bunch of experimentation, I have achieved much better performance. The most significant settings were:

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MRAHM Posted on: Mar 18 2015, 09:38 AM


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As you know IC make updates on regular basis. The problem is when things not working and we have to wait long time for a fix. Sometimes yesterday is to late. Yesterday is to late for me because the last update made IC realy unstable and things that worked before don't work now. In two days I hav...
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