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A while back I seemed to get obsessed with finding ways to use random number generators, and I created two interesting use cases, one was a coin flipper and the other was the magic 8 ball, I have these tagged on my site under "Toys", which makes them easier to find. The original Coin Toss... Continue Reading →
Another successful AU London done and dusted! The 3rd Annual Autodesk University was held at the Tobacco Dock in London this week. If you missed it, you really missed out, but you can see recordings of the live main stage presentations here: https://www.autodesk.com/autodesk-university/conference/live-stream the classes will probably go live in a few weeks. I just wanted... Continue Reading →
I've been meaning to write this blog post up for weeks! As you may or may not know, this comping week, I will be presenting my Autodesk University London class. The session is called: School of Rock: Building an Electric Guitar with the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection (Code: AULON565) In preparation for the class, I... Continue Reading →
In some installations of the Vault server, the "Reboot Needed" error will show on the installer pre-checks. If you have rebooted the server, and the pre-checker still shows this, the steps below will bypass the checker and proceed with the installation of Vault Server. NOTE: This method should be used as a last resort. You... Continue Reading →
It's just about that time of year again! I'll be presenting at the 3rd Autodesk University at the Tobacco Dock in London. The event is on the 18th and 19th of June. If you don't have a ticket yet, hurry, they won't be available after the middle of this week. This year I decided not... Continue Reading →
Are you thinking of making the leap to 3D Design from 2D AutoCAD? There are several options available from many CAD vendors, but only ONE that works with native DWG technology. If you want to re-use your AutoCAD data and safeguard years of work, check out Autodesk Inventor. Initially developed by the creators of AutoCAD... Continue Reading →
Anyone who has worked with me, will know that I am not a fan of the IGES file format. Having worked in the Automotive OEM supply chain in the early 2000's, I have had my fair share of issues with IGES files. Mostly related to geometry that contained missing faces, gaps or faces oriented incorrectly... Continue Reading →