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En=nhf

by Jason701802, published

En=nhf by Jason701802 May 6, 2010

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This is a model of the robot Team 753 The High Desert Droids entered into the 2010 FIRST competition. Created in Autodesk Inventor 2010. I have only uploaded the assembly and not the components because it would be a very large file and would take a very long time to re-associate all of the component files.

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I don't use vault because I only run inventor on my system and don't understand how to use it. Is there a way to "Pack n Go" without using vault? I have tried copying the entire folder that project is in, but even if the file structure is kept the same below that level, it can't find the files.

Unfortunately, Inventor's files are linked rather than instanced into an assembly so the .IAM assembly file will not work without all the associated components included in the upload. You can do this simply with a "Pack n Go" from Vault (assuming you are using Vault for file management) that will put all the required files into a target folder. Then just zip the whole mess up and try to send it along again. Inventor users can then open it. On bogusness of Inventor is that it is NEVER backward compatible, so let everyone know what version of inventor it was exported from.

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Anonymous on May 21, 2010 said:

Unfortunately, Inventor's files are linked rather than instanced into an assembly so the .IAM assembly file will not work without all the associated components included in the upload. You can do this simply with a "Pack n Go" from Vault (assuming you are using Vault for file management) that will put all the required files into a target folder. Then just zip the whole mess up and try to send it along again. Inventor users can then open it. On bogusness of Inventor is that it is NEVER backward compatible, so let everyone know what version of inventor it was exported from.

Jason701802 on May 21, 2010 said:

I don't use vault because I only run inventor on my system and don't understand how to use it. Is there a way to "Pack n Go" without using vault? I have tried copying the entire folder that project is in, but even if the file structure is kept the same below that level, it can't find the files.

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