Go to SolidWorks World and see Jack Sanford's presentation on "Modeling a
Megayacht". He gave a presentation on the same basic topic at SWW2006 and
possibly at SWW2007. You might be able to find them on the web or get them
from someone who was there. There is quite of bit of information about it on
the SolidWorks website, since he won the 2007 SolidWorks Design Contest.
Google "Jack Sanford Westport Shipyard".
Do you blame him? What self respecting Solidworks Guru would
frequent this "wild west" climate? The way that these three
miscarriages conduct themselves here and use just about any vile
obnoxious language that they choose, simply for lack of consequence,
shows what kind of character they are made from. Muggs was an
extremely valuable Guru here, who contributed his valuable time to
too many people to mention, who were in need. He made an entrance here
a day or ago, after several months absence. He admitted his absence
to the overabundance of "drama" here, as anyone of class, suchas he,
would put it. His presence here lately, serves to remind me what a
loss we suffer for the absence of the more than several skilled users
who had the willingness to help those in need. and yet on their own
personal level have no desire nor inclination to be among the
classless few who have damaged this Forum so badly.
Thankfully, one of these morons will be seeing some consequence very
shortly, I hope. It is going to be interesting to see just how "wild
west" he really is. He is going to need to be.
It's a shame that some good'uns are gone. I wish they'd come back (with
suitable defenses in place). Probably no one wants to hear me say it
again, but I will: a capable newsreader combined with good filters makes
this NG *very* serene. I simply *don't see* any posts from, to or about
the noisemakers. If I occasionally miss something good, sadly it's a
cost of doing business here.
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