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dal007 View Drop Down
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    Posted: 17.Feb.2012 at 12:47
Hi all

I hope some one can help out

I am looking for a large file over 1000 parts or as near to it, as we are looking to get new computers at work and IT want to tell us what ones we can have i tell them one thing they tell me another i want a very high spec pc and they want to give me a pants one  if anyone knows of a link or could donate something to me i would be very gratefull

Thanks in advance

dal007
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John Connor View Drop Down
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17.Feb.2012 at 13:13
What are your specs?

What are the IT specs?

IT has no clue on what it takes to do your job so I commend you for pushing back.  Typically IT wants to give us some one-size-fits-all computer that for 99% of the people will work because all they do is push around documents.  CAD users are like gamers.  They need systems with some balls.  Save the toys for the secretaries and bean counters.  Give us what we need not what you think we need!

Wish I was a user of Inventor but I'm not.  What would be a typical large size file that you would work with?  The largest I've had to work with in AutoCAD was somewhere around 32MB (maybe a bit larger).

Heck, I've got a home system that would probably beat the pants off the computer your IT department wants to stick you with.  LOL
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