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EZRouter

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EZRouter

Anyone using EZRouter out their?
I have attempted to use EZR when it first arrived and yesterday. Not so
easy to me. I put mega hours into Harness routing which seems much easier.
Is this just a matter of getting used to EZR? I have forced one flex Hose
to conform to the route I wanted but it did not react the way I was hoping,
so I routed it thru points
which turned out much nicer.
2001 old build 2003090

Douglas Bowles/Sr. Mechanical Designer
[DKBowles & Assoc. Inc.] http://dkbowles.com/
C/O Raytheon Missile Systems Co.
Advanced Programs Dept.
Bldg 808, Col. L3, K0257,
phone 520.794-1935
cell 520.490-9395
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Re: EZRouter

EZ router is really a easy tool to use I found it vary fast and intuitive until I wanted to change one point, It would move the whole route with it, so I only use it for a fast layout work. You will be better off with good old points to drive your route. I have also used reference geometry the same way I use them in harness it works but points are more power full.


Douglas A Bowles <-> wrote:
Anyone using EZRouter out their?
I have attempted to use EZR when it first arrived and yesterday. Not so
easy to me. I put mega hours into Harness routing which seems much easier.
Is this just a matter of getting used to EZR? I have forced one flex Hose
to conform to the route I wanted but it did not react the way I was hoping,
so I routed it thru points
which turned out much nicer.
2001 old build 2003090

Douglas Bowles/Sr. Mechanical Designer
[DKBowles & Assoc. Inc.] http://dkbowles.com/
C/O Raytheon Missile Systems Co.
Advanced Programs Dept.
Bldg 808, Col. L3, K0257,
phone 520.794-1935
cell 520.490-9395



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