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I have my 98 M1079 box sort of in SW. Message me an email. Not sure if I can share the file.Does anyone still have access to this file? I signed up for onshape but it doesn't appear on there anymore. The google drive link appears to not work either
I just bought an m1079 and i desperately want to find a 3d model of it (or a m107 so i can design out a camper in solidworks. Can anyone help me find a file? solidworks, step, iges or whatever.
I received several PM’s. I am not sure how I can transfer everything. I will try to give it a look later today. Work has my bogged down. If I can email it, that would be easiest, but it may be too big.ramdough - I PM'd you regarding the 1083 file.
I will have to look tonight to see what options I have.If you have a Google account, it should be possible to post in on your drive there and share a link to it. If you don't, they are easy to set up. I'd be happy to set one up for you just to get this posted for people to use.
Let me know.
I sent you a PM would love to get the file as we are just purchasing a 1078. I can make any adjustments needed. If you send me the file via WeTransfer I can pay it here from my Google drive or drop box.I will have to look tonight to see what options I have.
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I've been using SolidWorks for decades and with my upcoming retirement a choice of software is in the works.
I don't think you will have any problem learning Fusion. While I haven't used Fusion much myself, for arguments sake, it's the same as Inventor and I've bounced between Solidworks and Inventor a few times.
Fusion and Onshape are pretty simplistic if you're used to using SolidWorks or Inventor. Fusion is meant to be a little more technical CAD, and has built in CAM. Onshape is meant to be more like a CAD whiteboard, where you quickly whip up a model of an idea, and are left with something better than if you had used an actual whiteboard. It's pretty much like making a model using only SolidWorks' Instant 3D push/pull/drag tools.I don't think you will have any problem learning Fusion. While I haven't used Fusion much myself, for arguments sake, it's the same as Inventor and I've bounced between Solidworks and Inventor a few times.
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