6 Months ago, I revamped my old web page and started this new blog. I want to say a big thank you to everyone who has visited this site, or shared any of my posts online. I have been blown away by the popularity of the site, in such a short time period. So once … More 6 Months of The New Blog
I was fortunate enough to visit Autodesk University in Las Vegas this year, and I had a really good time networking with industry peers, meeting my new colleagues from our European teams, and catching up with a few key Autodesk folks. My favourite classes and meetings at AU, are always the ones that I can’t … More Autodesk University 2018 Review
There are some really good blog posts out there by Shaan Hurley and Paul Munford with tips for attending AU, please give them a read. This blog post, is my top 3 survival tips. If you are lucky enough to be travelling to Autodesk University in Las Vegas this year, you may want to include the … More 3 Tips to Survive Autodesk University
In 1996 the inaugural Tri-Nations rugby tournament was played between Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. New Zealand won the trophy that year, but the story behind the massive trophy is rather interesting. According to a 2013 article on stuff.co.nz, the trophy now lives at the Palmerston North Rugby Museum. Taking up the most space … More Units Matter: Here’s how to set them
Below is a set of links to my 228 blog posts on Cadline Community. There are even more in the archives, the list below dates back to the 2012 product releases, so should go far enough back. Enjoy! Vault: Improve Collaboration with Shared Views Use Cadline Connect to Manage Your Vault PDFs Inventor – Quick … More Blog Archive
We are about half way through having an extension added to our home. A lot of the project has involved structural work and some pretty heavy steel work. I employed a structural engineer to do all of the calculations and specify the steel beams that are ultimately going to support the structure. The scary part … More Structural Calculations in Autodesk Inventor?
Migration: Welcome to the re-vamped site, it has been neglected over the last few years. For those interested in what I’ve done, I have migrated over from an old Google Sites web page to a WordPress hosted site. The process was actually painless once I located my DNS settings, which my domain provider had squirrelled … More New Look Site