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Formatting capsule parametric file - AutoDesk Fusion 360

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Posted · Formatting capsule parametric file - AutoDesk Fusion 360

Hi there, I could do that for you.  If you could let me know what parameters you want to be able to adjust then I could see how much work would be involved.  Just so I fully understand your request, are you looking for a file in Fusion 360 (.f3d) format with a parameter table associated to it that would allow you to change certain feature sizes without having to do any remodelling work?

I notice that this post is over one month old, maybe you already have sorted this, if so no problem.

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Posted · Formatting capsule parametric file - AutoDesk Fusion 360

Hi Steve,

Yes, that is exactly what I needed and you are correct, I have found someone to do it. I appreciate your reply and will keep your contact info at hand.

Cheers, Phillip Jones

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