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01/15/2009

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Brian Hall

Garin, when you had trouble turning the line in the 3D sketch to a construction line, it was because you were in the 2D sketch environment. Good video though. I don't use 3D sketching that often and I wasn't aware of the capabilities of the 3D intersection curve. I hope to see improvements of the 3D sketch environment in future releases. More geometric constraining available would be great!!

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Seth Moffit

Gairn, thanks for showing off 2010 in wodinville, wa. I remember you mentioned getting ideas for future podcast. There was a question about constraining parts to holes in bent sheet metal parts, I belive the application was designing a convayor with two sheet metal sides and rollers between going from high to low around a corner. Can you demonstrat a best pactrice scheme for constraining objects (srews/rollers/ball bearings) to holes in a curved sheet metal part? Thanks...

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