Here’s a really good blog dedicated to Autodesk Vault. This is an Autodesk blog written by Autodesk employees Richard Rankin, Jason Summerfield and Francesco Tonioni. Check it out here: Cracking the Vault.
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 pre-ordered Windows 7 to take advantage of the 50% discount. Can’t stay with XP forever. That’s all until October.
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If you’re an Inventor user and haven’t been living in a cave, your probably aware of Autodesk’s Labs website: http://labs.autodesk.com. This site is a must see at least once a week to see what Autodesk is up to. The labs website is a compilation of various pre-release utlities Autodesk is working on that may or may not make it into the final products. It’s an excellent way for them to get some feedback on new technology to determine if it’s even worth spending the time on developing or not. Here are some of my favorite lab utilities for Inventor:
- 2D to 3D tool:
- Feature recognition for Inventor
- iCopy for Inventor
- Shrink Wrap addin for Inventor
- Sustainable Materials Assistant
All free, try them out if you haven’t already.
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