Jason Clark made a really nice model, but it's only available in Inventor or Solid edge. Could someone convert it into a format everyone can use? I'd like to open it in Fusion 360 personally.
Fusion 360 seems much more straightforward than Autodesk Inventor (see our comparison with AutoCAD), but it is potent, once you understand the tools. While the tools may be a little different than a program such as Inventor, you will be surprised to find out that you can model just about anything in Fusion 360. Fusion 360 to inventor is pretty easy and just takes a tiny bit of practice to remaster where every tool is located and it is like night and day when working on assemblies. I like Autodesk inventor over solidworks.
Fusion 360 Inventor Download
I used this technique to do it myself! https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/fusion-360/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/How-to-import-or-open-a-file-in-Autodesk-Fusion-360.html
Fusion 360 Vs Inventor Vs Solidworks
If you want to convert a Inventor to a step-file (.stp - a file every CAD system can open), you need to open the file. Go to <File> then <Export> - <Cad Format>. There you can choose the type you want to create.
But normaly you can open a inventor file in Fusion 360 without any problem.
Thanks Kyani - I should have stated that I don't have Inventor :)