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how do i link an inventor file to a web page?

By Moldy on 20 Jul 00:28 4 answers 740 views 0 comments

i am wondering if there is a way i can link an inventor part drawing to a web site so customers can look at a part and make it the size they want. Just wondering if this is possible, I seen it done a long time ago.

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  • Andrew Lacey
    Andrew Lacey about 4 years ago

    I believe the only way to do this is via another peice of software called Inventor ETO (Engineer To Order) it allows the use of a web style interface to modify factory parts. it used to be called "Intent"

  • Ioannis Skarlatakis
    Ioannis Skarlatakis about 4 years ago

    I have to agree with andrew. However even as an Inventor user you have to be open minded (not that Andrew is not ;P) so... DriveWorks is an alternative or a secondary solution that should be applicable with Inventor as well...
    But to be honest I don't really know how good is the interoperability...
    Anyhow, I just found that recently and I thought that is good to post it

    Cheers!

  • Moldy
    Moldy about 4 years ago

    thank you for all the thoughts and help. Nothing is technically wrong unit it is proven. at this point i am in the midst of figuring this out so i will have to post my findings here so everyone can see..
    Thanks for the help though.

  • Moldy
    Moldy about 4 years ago

    just checked into driveworks and it is like the iLogic for inventor... something like that but on a web page is kind of what i am after. This is so i can have customers adjust products to what they want with out them having to pay an engineering fee for it.

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