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    Good afternoon,
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    Does anyone have the drawing for the hexagon demo block? See pic. Thank you in advance!
    Darroll
    2018R2

  • #2
    Why?

    If you're training someone, better to train them on real parts that they are going to see.
    #1 complaint on this forum: "I just got back from training and that block didn't prepare me at all for the parts at my job."

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ego Murphy View Post
      Why?
      Many answers here :
      - Because he works on parts looking like this
      - Because he wants to know the GD&T level of the manufacturer
      - Because he wants to learn a little more on programming vs design
      - Because he likes short answers which doesn't help anymore...

      But maybe he doesn't like that I answer for him... It's just the second time that he asks about it, with no answers the first time.

      Maybe someone at Hexagon could help ?
      I saw that you can buy the artifact, is there the print with ?

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      • #4
        Sorry guys .I program off-line. So in my downtime, I practice different techniques. Thanks everyone. Again sorry .
        Darroll
        2018R2

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        • acgarcia
          acgarcia commented
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          Is that the big block or small block? I think I have prints for both. I had a friend 3D print the small block for me so I can practice as well.

      • #5
        Originally posted by Darrollh View Post
        Sorry guys .I program off-line. So in my downtime, I practice different techniques. Thanks everyone. Again sorry .
        No apology necessary.

        I would honestly make up your own print with a bunch of difficult dimensions like convoluted GD&T, super tight tolerances, and some Simultaneous Requirements to challenge yourself.

        Then buy a real one from Hexagon (only $600 what a deal, amirite?) and see how well your offline creation runs in real life.

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        • Darrollh
          Darrollh commented
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          That's a good idea!

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