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anyone here use Delmia V5.10

anyone here use Delmia V5.10

anyone here use Delmia V5.10

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anyone here use Delmia V5.10 which i believe is a catia producted. well i'm a new user too it. Company says here it is now get your work done! No training..

anyways..

Can anyone help me with merging 2 or more *.model files and if possible can parts be translated like in catia.. thanx

giuseppe.coppola@boeing.com
"subject line "delmia"

RE: anyone here use Delmia V5.10

Giuseppe....

Which Boeing company do you work for?

Here in Everett, we have Delmia with Enovia & CATIA V5. Classes are available on-site for EV5 and CV5. I know we have some Delmia users, but I'm not sure how much production work is being done with that.

I don't understand your questions: do you want to merge .models files with CV4? do you want to translate parts in Delmia?

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