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    Hi ALL,
    I am very frustrated because I have no part library instead of the Inventor built-in.
    I have to start the drawing from sketch every time.

    1) Can I be advised if there is any useful/popular free download site for mechanical parts?
    2) Info for commercial package is also welcome - I will ask my manager if he is willing to spend extra money.

    Your helps are much appreciated.
    Last edited by BoKirra; 2010-04-24 at 03:07 AM.

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    Among the first places I look for mechanical parts is the CBliss site, here

    http://www.cbliss.com/inventor/index.htm

    If it's not here, I'll do a google search for whatever the part is called, and if that fails, I just draw it myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon.ottewell View Post
    Among the first places I look for mechanical parts is the CBliss site, here

    http://www.cbliss.com/inventor/index.htm

    If it's not here, I'll do a google search for whatever the part is called, and if that fails, I just draw it myself.
    Thanks. I'll have a look when I come back in the office.

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    There's also http://mfgcommunity.autodesk.com/

    Requires a login (Free) but has a lot of vendor provided parts.
    Jonathan Landeros
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    I've got a blog: www.inventor-tales.blogspot.com

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