To engage with a command like Extrude, Inventor has traditionally used the dialog box to navigate the controls. For a while you were also able to use the mini toolbar in tandem with the dialog box and that just irritated users to bits and pieces. Autodesk never got rid of the mini toolbar they just disabled the view of it.
What Autodesk has done is tweaked AutoCAD to have what everyone has been asking for in a user interface and that is (drumroll please…..) DARK THEME!!!
Copy is a fantastic tool when it comes to making many variations of your design quickly and efficiently.
Have you ever received a drawing in PDF format and had to rescale it to a precise length. This short video will take you through importing a PDF into AutoCAD and then scaling it appropriately to the 1:1 values that you need to complete the design.
The fantastic thing about iCopy is that it will copy and leave no trace to the original part you were working on.
When using the skeletal modelling technique in any 3D parametric package one needs to be aware of the fact that changing the skeleton part or sketch that is driving the design will change any and all parts, assemblies and drawings still linked to that primary skeleton object.
Inventor 2020 - What's New User Interface and experience
Assign the End type in the Spec/Catalog for use in components – Spec editor and Plant 3D
Learn how to create an End Type for Joints in Autodesk Plant 3D
Traditionally when you were looking at purchasing a CAD software package using software you had 2 choices. AutoCAD and then a product that would be specific to your industry. [...]
I recently used iCopy in a project I was undertaking specifically because of the fact that the copies I was making just varied in one size and that change [...]
Inventor iCopy solved my Problem
When using iCopy design there are a couple of rules to follow. The first thing to take note of is that iCopy works on adaptivity and skeletal modelling. Top [...]