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By Pete Strycharske in Tutorials

Inventor Tips & Tricks – How to Obtain an Accumulated Measurement

Really quick hitting tip today, but something that could be very useful for verification and simple measurement purposes. I was recently working on a component and was curious to determine the inside perimeter dimension for a series of edges.…

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By Pete Strycharske in Tutorials

Inventor Tips & Tricks – How to Create a Sheet Metal Cylinder with an Angle Cut

I had a customer recently ask me how to create a cylinder with an angle cut, that could be flattened with the Inventor Sheet Metal tools. Since this scenario is general enough, I wanted to share the most straight-forward solution with all of you,…

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By Pete Strycharske in Tutorials, Workflow

Inventor Tutorial: How to Publish Content Center Families with Numeric Controls from an iPart Table

Now that Autodesk University 2019 (AU) is all wrapped up, I am able to take a breather and get caught up on all my other CAD pursuits. AU was a great time where I met some amazing people, witnessed some powerful technologies and got to present…

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

Inventor Tips & Tricks – How to Modify a Shrinkwrap and Shrinkwrap Substitute

The Shrinkwrap tool enhancements that were released in the 2018 version of Inventor were some of the best tools that have ever come out in Inventor, in my opinion. Controlling the outcome has never been easier and the ability to specify…

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

Using Parameters in your iProperties Part II

Continuing from last weeks topic, this week we want to look at using the flat pattern extents from a sheet metal part in our iProperties. For this scenario we want to be able to put the extents in our Stock Number iProperty to be able to show…

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

Using Parameters in your iProperties - Part I

Part of my job involves tech support, so if you’ve called D3 for support, there’s a chance you may have talked to me before. And this is where I’ve pulled this blog topic from for today.

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By Pete Strycharske in Tutorials, Workflow

MANIPULATING A 3RD PARTY ASSEMBLY : PART 3

Manipulating a 3rd Party Assembly: Part 3 

Conditionally Suppressing Problematic Features

 In this final post of my 3-part mini-series Manipulating a 3rd Party Assembly, I’m following up on the lengthy part manipulation post from last week, where…

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By Pete Strycharske in Tutorials, Workflow

Manipulating a 3rd Party Assembly : Part 2

Manipulating a 3rd Party Assembly: Part 2 

Er, Manipulating a 3rd Party Assembly (as a Part)

In my last post, we walked through the process of converting a STEP assembly into an Inventor part. This consolidates the assembly into a format that can…

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By Pete Strycharske in Tutorials, Workflow

Manipulating a 3rd Party Assembly: Part 1

Manipulating a 3rd Party Assembly: Part 1 

To Import or Open; That is the Question

Turns out the CAD world is a big place with lots of different tools available to further our design pursuits. Some of the tools are generally very good, while…

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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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