Description:I need a bicycle drawn in Autodesk Inventor 2013, with the following conditions:
- All the project MUST be done in Autodesk Inventor 2013
- The sizes of the parts are random, but must always have only one decimal place (eg: 13.4 cm)
- The sizes must be in Metric system.
- I'm going to need the drawings of ALL parts and all assemblies, like a fabric would need to be produced.
- A drawing of the final product must be made, in the same conditions as above.
I still don't know how much I'm willing to pay, but since I've received offers of 80$, that will but the prize I'll give. Of course that, if someone shows me that his/her work deserves more, I'm willing to pay that extra.
I'll be accepting sketches until June 23. After that date, I'll decide the winner and he/she will have until the end of the month to finish the project.
Any question please contact me.
Ask for Sample:Like I said before, designers will have until June 23 to send me a sample
- Autodesk Inventor (2013)
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