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    Default Routed Sys Sans Training: Where's the Beef?

    I have a beef as a NEW user with a standalone seat of Inventor R11 Pro. Routed Systems.
    Currently, I have very limited time and exposure to the program as the push is in 2D drawing production and I am on contract to this company.

    After looking around in the manual and in the program, I am finding that I can't find components like flanges, pipes, etc in Inventor Routed Sys. I understand there is a depository called the Content Center of which I am researching, as time allows, but am having no luck finding its....well, its 'contents'.

    QUESTION:
    1. Is the Content Center where I can find the proverbial gold mine of standard piping components?
    2. Hopefully, there are many ready-to-use components as in Mechanical 2D. Correct? If not how and where do I find them?
    Thanks
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    Default Re: Routed Sys Sans Training: Where's the Beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by Clinton.Hill
    I have a beef as a NEW user with a standalone seat of Inventor R11 Pro. Routed Systems and limited time and exposure to learn the program much less noodle around with any pre-drawn components:

    After looking around in the manual and in the program, I am finding that I can't components like flanges, pipes, etc in Inventor Routed Sys. I understand there is a depository called the Content Center of which I am researching, as time allows, but am having no luck at decoding.

    QUESTION:

    1. Is the Content Center where I can find the proverbial gold mine of standard piping components?
    2. Hopefully, there are many ready-to-use components as in Mechanical 2D. Correct? If not how and where do I find them?
    Thanks
    There's a lot of stuff in there, but I'm not a piping guy, so I couldn't tell you if there's some standard stuff missing. I'm just not familiar enough with the standards and the package to make that definitive statement. You can add your own stuff though.


    The content center is included on your DVD. Did you make sure it got loaded and that you're able to access it? It should show up as 'Autodesk Data Management Server' in your Add Remove programs.
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    Default Re: Routed Sys Sans Training: Where's the Beef?

    If you dont have any success with Content Centre, there may be something in
    Solid CAD Files that might help you, or Autodesk Community Content Centre.
    Last edited by Ron Oldenbeuving; 2006-09-20 at 12:40 AM.

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    Default Re: Routed Sys Sans Training: Where's the Beef?

    I reloaded Vault 5....and found the beef (Content Center Files)

    Thanks

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