Sometimes it’s those features of Inventor that have been around for years and years that always gets some people stuck or confused as to what to do next. Here’s a quick tip for all of those CAD managers out there that have spent a lot of time creating a new Vault based Content Center library for their users but can’t quite get everyone to see the library from within Inventor.
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In this post I’ll go thru the process of importing an iPart into a new content center family. First things first, let’s create your new family (no diapers required). Let’s get started by opening the Content Center Editor. Once the editor opens, you’ll need to select the read/write library …
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In the next few posts I’m going to take you step by step through the process of creating a custom content library to migrate your iParts into. Anyone who has used iParts within the Vault knows the limitations of Vault causes issues with assemblies utilizing iParts. It’s difficult to move, rename, or copy iParts within …
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