This is great. Johnny Ramirios‘s video entry for the “Get Sweet on the Suite contest” for AU 2013. Check it out, very entertaining.
If it wasn’t already easy enough to use Swift Prints with Autodesk Inventor to print your drawings, you can now print by just clicking a single button on the toolbar. 1-click adds the ability to send a print based on the last used printer configuration.View full post
The people have spoken and they love ‘Swift Prints’ for Inventor. If you’re not already using Swift Prints, it allows you to create templates for common printer configurations that you can quickly access later for one click printing of Autodesk® Inventor® drawings.View full post
It took me a while to absorb enough information in the book ‘Mastering Autodesk Inventor 2016 and Autodesk Inventor LT 2016’ to provide a decent enough review, and let me tell you… it has a ton of information. This instructional book by Paul Munford and Paul Normand is very thorough and detailed.View full post
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Just wanted to share a sneak peek at an update for ‘Swift Prints’ coming soon. Version 2.4 will provide a method to watermark your prints. This will work by adding a custom iProperty to your drawings called “Water Mark” and then entering the text you would like to fill in on that iProperty before the print is created. I’m working on a few more ideas for this version as well, stay tuned for more updates.
The update will be free to those that have already purchased ‘Swift Prints’ from the Autodesk Exchange Apps store.
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Effective today, the Autodesk Developer Network has added access to Autodesk web services including all the latest web services such as Render As A Service, Autodesk 360 Pro, BIM 360, PLM 360, and Green Building Studio.
Until today, ADN members have had incomplete access to Autodesk products – including almost no access to Autodesk Web Services whether standalone or delivered as a “Subscription” benefit. Autodesk believes in supporting our ADN partners by providing simple, modern, on-demand access to almost all our “platform technologies” (technologies that are extensible through APIs) whether they be desktop, add-on or web service based. So starting now, we are giving you a single straight forward way to access all these Autodesk technologies.
This is a great addition to all the other available software and services the ADN program from Autodesk offers. Those 3rd party developers that wish to develop apps that work with any of the available web service API’s can now do so and no additional cost beyond that of an ADN annual subscription.
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It’s not suprising how many software issues can resolve themselves by making sure you and your team are up to date on the latest service packs and updates. It’s always a good idea to check what’s the latest available fixes from Autodesk for your software.
Make sure you’re looking at the correct section. Both Inventor 2014 and Inventor Professional 2014 are in the list.
To determine what service packs and updates you already have installed go to: (Windows 7) Start menu > Control Panel > Uninstall a Program > View installed updates.
Any update or service pack installed will display under the Inventor application.
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