AutoCAD is able to be imported into Inventor with the AnyCAD technology. This technology allows you to use the AutoCAD geometry to do your Inventor features. If you change [...]
Traditionally to view any Inventor files without having an Inventor license was a case of you having to download the Inventor View software. This was found on the installation media or you could download it doing a quick google search.
Copy is a fantastic tool when it comes to making many variations of your design quickly and efficiently.
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.
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 [...]
In this video we demonstrate how to use adaptivity vs flexibility in a sub-assembly to simulate movement.
Inventor 2020 Frame Generator has now included end caps for their frames. In this video we find out how to install and access them in Inventor 2020. [...]
Inventor iCopy solved my Problem
Being an Autodesk Application Engineer at Micrographics, I have access to a wealth of design software as well as peripheral software that enhances Autodesk software across the board. Micrographics [...]
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 [...]
Sketch symbols are a great way to communicate design intent when working in Inventor, These 2D sketches can be shared both between sheets in a drawing as well as between drawings either on your local hard drive or over a company intranet.