A Year of The New Blog

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,... Continue Reading →

Autodesk Foundation Volunteering

Yesterday I attended a meeting at Autodesk in Farborough, and everyone in our meeting was asked to join in on one of the volunteering sessions that the Autodesk Foundation were holding in partnership with SolarBuddy. SolarBuddy are an Australian company, and the lights we assembled are being sent to underprivileged kids in Papua New Guinea.... Continue Reading →

Heads or Tails in Inventor with iLogic

This is admittedly a bit of a random idea! This blog post shows how to flip a coin using iLogic in Inventor. UPDATE: There is a new version that uses a 3D Coin in an Inventor .IPT; available here. The idea came from my previous blog post, looking at generating random numbers to create colours.... Continue Reading →

6 Months of The New Blog

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... Continue Reading →

Autodesk University 2018 Review

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... Continue Reading →

Units Matter: Here’s how to set them

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... Continue Reading →

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