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By Dan Hunsucker in Quick Tips and Tricks, Tutorials, Workflow

Using Multi-Body Solid for Molds and Casts

Using Multi-Body Solids for Molds and Casts

For those Inventor users that have used Inventor for some time, you may remember the steps of creating an assembly with your part as well as the base for the Mold, then deriving that assembly in to a…

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By Pete Strycharske in Quick Tips and Tricks, Tutorials

Inventor Tips and Tricks – Utilizing Excel for Advanced iPart Table Editing

Recently I was working with a client who wanted to more precisely format an iPart table’s Part Number and Member columns to include the length of the part. Sounded easy enough, but there were a couple of catches.

First, they wanted the lengths…

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By Pete Strycharske in Autodesk Inventor, Quick Tips and Tricks, Tutorials

Inventor Tips and Tricks – Using Equation Curves for Complex 3D Machining Operations

Inventor Tips and Tricks – Using Equation Curves for Complex 3D Machining Operations

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By Pete Strycharske in Autodesk Inventor, Quick Tips and Tricks, Tutorials

Inventor Tips and Tricks - Secondary Features in Frame Generator

In this post I will show some framing that has an alignment leg, so that I could position and attach sheet metal panels on the frame. In the past I’ve designed machine framing that would serve as the “skeleton” for the equipment but is also…

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