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Getting to Grips with the Newest iLogic-Specific Features in Inventor 2019

Getting to Grips with the Newest iLogic-Specific Features in Inventor 2019
The 26th March 2018 marked the official release of Autodesk’s latest instalment in the Inventor Professional product family, the 2019 version. This year has seen the BETA site awash with fresh faces discussing the improvements added to the roadmap by the Autodesk development team a year ago. The additions are many and fall into the category of (sometimes long overdue) “bug fix” or “new feature” an...
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Great Content to Streamline your Autodesk Inventor Project

Great Content to Streamline your Autodesk Inventor Project
Sometimes, during an Inventor project, you’ll catch a lucky-break that will end up saving you (and your customers!) hours; this is one of those occasions:As part of the many facets offered by the Professional Services team here at Graitec, we provide the service to create for customers high-quality, BS8888-compliant drawing packs for your prototype manufacture & project work. During one of the...
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Autodesk Inventor Same Drawing Notes, Different Drawing sheet

Autodesk Inventor Same Drawing Notes, Different Drawing sheet
Two methods of creating generic drawing notes for multiple drawing sheets in Autodesk Inventor A recent support case for a customer prompted me to investigate how you may create an Autodesk Inventor drawing that uses the same editable text notes on each sheet of a drawing set. Using AutoCAD, you can easily do this by creating your text note(s) in Model space and directing a Paper space viewport at...
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Autodesk Inventor - Flatten a Multi Body Sheet Metal Coil

Autodesk Inventor - Flatten a Multi Body Sheet Metal Coil
Do you find flattening complex sheet metal shapes in Autodesk Inventor frustrating? We have received similar questions from a number of our customers recently asking about flattening complex shapes and one call we were able to solve involved creating the item in the following image using the Autodesk Inventor 2016 multi-body sheet metal toolset. The task involved creating a chute or slide that h...
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