Inventor 2020.1 release is now live, have a look at the details here. One of my new favourite features is the update to “Virtual Components”, or virtual parts. These can now be added to your Assemblies directly from the BoM environment. I’m a big fan of them, as they save a lot of time, and … More Inventor 2020.1 Virtual Part Update
3D CAD Packages like Autodesk Inventor can easily export out 3D PDF’s for sharing and collaboration. Generally the person receiving the 3D PDF does not have a CAD system, making this a good way of sharing 3D information. The problem, is that by default Adobe Reader DC blocks 3D content in PDF’s. The good news … More Enabling 3D Content in PDF’s
The Inventor 2020.1 Update is now live, subscribers can access it via the Autodesk Desktop App, as shown below, or via the Autodesk Account. Check out the new features video below: For a complete list of enhancements in this update, have a look at the Autodesk Inventor 2010.1 Help file here.
I’ve had a few people who are new to iLogic contact me about my blog post on Automatic Drawing creation with iLogic, and I thought that I should put together this bit of extra help, so that I don’t have to reply to 100’s of emails! Please note that I put this blog site together … More Auto Drawing FAQ – Additional Explanation
As part of the AU London class that I recently ran, I have added some voice narrations to the videos that I recorded around wiring up the guitar. I loosely based my wiring on the information shown on Frailin pickups website: https://www.fralinpickups.com/fralin-wiring-diagrams/. Note that I am not an electrical or electronics expert, the workflow I … More Wiring an Electric Guitar in Autodesk Inventor
I’ve written some iLogic code to control the “View Style” and “View Representation” of drawing views. The code gathers all of the views in the drawing and presents them in a list to the user. It then presents a pre-defined set of “View Styles”, once it has done this, it then gathers all of the … More Control Drawing View Reps & Style with iLogic