Find out how the team at One.Fiction used Autodesk Flame in their latest film. Monde Gumede is a talented director, he was been nominated for, and won several accolades, he would certainly make any 30 under 30 list for film making. Chatting to Monde about the film, he told me about the “HUGE” work that … More Yemanjá!
A few months back, the good folks at 3D Connexion sent me a SpaceMouse Wireless Kit. I’ve been using the kit every day for some time now, and I love it. The kit comes with both a SpaceMouse and a CadMouse. Many years back, I had a full sized SpaceMouse permanently connected to my CAD … More SpaceMouse Wireless Kit Review
Inventor turned 20 in September 2019 and at Autodesk University 2019 several key updates, as well as the new Dark Mode were announced. In light of this, I thought it would be fun to dig up some old Inventor videos and screenshots. Here are some old interface images, below is Inventor R8: This is Inventor … More 20 Years of Inventor: A Trip Down Memory Lane
It’s finally here, for those of you who enjoy this site on the go, you can now get to it via the Unofficial App. The new version of the app was uploaded on the 26th of December 2019. Click on the image above to download the “Unofficial Inventor” App for Android. The app is currently only … More Download the Unofficial App
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 … More Heads or Tails with iLogic (UPDATED)
My team at Datech are walking the BIG London walk for Mind on the 5th October 2019. I feel extremely guilty, as I will be in South Africa at the time, and I am unable to join them, so I thought I would reach out to you, and ask for some support. I never usually ask … More Charity Walk
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 … More AU London 2019 – Thank You!
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 … More 3 Reasons To Stop using IGES Files
I built a magic 8 ball using iLogic, utilising the random number generator to create a random answer. You are probably wondering why… Well the answer is, why not! I got the idea while stuck in traffic, and it was really quick and easy to knock together, so I thought I would share it here. … More Magic 8 Ball in Inventor With iLogic
Just about a year ago, I started blogging on this site, mostly about Inventor and iLogic, but also about Fusion360, AutoCAD and Vault. As you may have gathered by now, I am a bit of a CAD geek and enjoy putting together iLogic routines, and general workflows, some of which start out as my ideas, … More A Year of The New Blog