Autodesk Inventor 2018 – problems when converting an existing surface to Freeform surface?
We can’t always guarantee that other Inventor users will follow good practice when creating parts lists in drawings. One really common issue we see is an inexperienced (or deadline haunted) designer manually entering data into a drawing parts list. This results in a broken link between the model data (the master) and the drawing parts […]
Following on from my previous blog on identifying components in Inventor layout drawings, we’re looking at another alternative method, using the Factory Design Utilities in your Autodesk Product Design Collection subscription (and the method is also suitable for previous versions of the Factory Design Suite, as it was previously named). Published factory assets can contain […]
AnyCAD for Inventor 2018? Autodesk Inventor now also plays well……with itself
Autodesk Inventor 2018 is upon us! Video showing some new iLogic stuff
Hello again Inventor is fantastic at many things, but flexibility when tagging components in layout drawings is not a strong point in my view. If you’re using Factory Design Utilities there are some handy tools for including identification tags for components, but if you’re using standard Inventor, you’ll probably be relying on the balloon tools. […]
Autodesk Inventor – a couple of quick freeform modelling tips