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Bruce Macbeth Engine, European Version

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fumopuc:
I have found a new exercise, for playing around with Fusion 360.
The design copy process is getting more and more fluid and instead of watching TV in the evening I do some CAD work.
It is really fun to see the process.My only future problem will be, how to get the elves from Chris into the south of Germany ?And If they are here, how keep them for one or two years ?

crueby:
That animation is looking great - something I have only dabbled with in Fusion so far, need to learn more of it. For my next project, was wondering if its possible to animate/joint chain links going around drums and rollers to move parts? Probably can, but it would take a lot of links...

As for the shop elves, maybe we can work out an exchange program, send a few at a time, have each set bring back some of that great German beer!

 :cheers:

fumopuc:
Hi Chris, until today I have not seen a Fusion Tutorial, but I have seen one from Inventor.
https://youtu.be/5vp-3hqR_T4

I am sure it will work in Fusion also.
Beer supply should not be the problem.

crueby:

--- Quote from: fumopuc on October 11, 2017, 06:22:50 PM ---Hi Chris, until today I have not seen a Fusion Tutorial, but I have seen one from Inventor.
https://youtu.be/5vp-3hqR_T4

I am sure it will work in Fusion also.
Beer supply should not be the problem.

--- End quote ---
Looks promising, will give it a try. Thanks!

fumopuc:
The model of this engine, with all the necessary  metric modifications, is nearly finished now.
This Fusion 360 is a great and useful toy, I love it.
But now its time to make swarf again, all the current project are waiting for further action.
 

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