I took a few classes over this program in high school, and I really enjoyed them.But is the program even good for anything?
>>518841Its good for inventing
>>518841It's great for industrial design, mechanical engineering, and everything else that requires super precise tools and generate data analysis. If you're building a turbine or an engine, Inventor it has the tools to calculate everything you need to manufacture such objects. Its a bit overkill to use it for simple objects unless your approach is to build something you can then patent.
best user interface in a cad as far as i know.had catia - was okay, hat proE/creo - was a user interface desaster.inventor is also best bang for the buck, as far as i know, but the new licensing is really shit - i wanna own the tools i use and not rent them, to loos the abillity to open my own files, when i dont pay the rent...renting software is shit. plain and simple.inventor has its limits on larger assemblies - catia and proE/Creo handle complex geometry faster and they have more features and functions, if you really pay hard...inventor has a very easy to use api, which makes it very customizable. and there is a very good community, very open and accessable - almost no subscribers only shit...design engineer and cad-admin here...
>>518841ITS GONNA BLOW.
>>518946I just wish you could reverse the wheel scroll zoom direction. It's the opposite of all other software.
>>518956on inventor? you can, google it, son!