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Dave Cassapi

Autodesk Inventor Surface Creation - different types of Surface Connection

Autodesk Inventor Surface Creation - different types of Surface Connection
For the first part of a series on Autodesk Inventor Surface Creation, I will look at the different types of surface connection that are available. Inventor can create some very nice quality surface data, with all that is required from the user being an understanding of how to choose from the options. To begin with any of the features can be used to create a surface, simply by selecting the surface...
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Adam Butcher

Inventor Drawing Tip - displaying Drill Tap size and 3D Part annotations

Inventor Drawing Tip - displaying Drill Tap size and 3D Part annotations
Your Autodesk Inventor drawing views that you place on your drawing sheet, and parts that have tapped holes created from the hole feature tool by default will always reference the minor diameter. In some cases, you may want to dimension the view with the tap drill size. When you measure the part's tapped hole the value that it returns is the minor diameter, so using the hole thread feature no...
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Adam Butcher

Why do we need to export Inventor DWG to AutoCAD DWG?

Why do we need to export Inventor DWG to AutoCAD DWG?
From time to time during our support work we come across the common issue of exporting an Inventor DWG file to AutoCAD DWG. As both file types have the same (DWG) extension, you might be forgiven for thinking there is no difference but there is! So let me explain the difference between the two file types, and how to set up an efficient workflow for exporting.  If you create a drawing in ...
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Dave Talbot

Autodesk HSM CAM Delivers a Seamless CAD to CAM Solution

Autodesk HSM CAM Delivers a Seamless CAD to CAM Solution
  Autodesk HSM CAM Delivers a Seamless CAD to CAM Solution Autodesk continue to deliver exceptional value to their Industry collections and the recent addition of the Autodesk HSM CAM solution to the updated Product Design & Manufacturing Collection was a nice but unexpected surprise to say the least given the historical cost of the product.   We often hear the word seamless used abo...
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Adam Butcher

Discover the power of the Fusion 360 CAM capabilities

Discover the power of the Fusion 360 CAM capabilities
If CAM is your game, then Autodesk Fusion 360 is what you need to be using right now. You can reall our full Fusion 360 Review here. Fusion 360 CAM has 2D, 3D, 4-axis, 5-axis and turning strategies to fulfil your needs.  Fusion 360 CAM also gives you the option of using 2D and 3D Adaptive clearing. Adaptive clearing calculates paths based on a sophisticated algorithm that constantly con...
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