Drawings Hackathon & Trophy

I haven't publicly spoken about my new job, so here goes. Just over 3 months ago, I joined the PDMS team at Autodesk as a Product Manager. My primary focus is on 2D drawings in Fusion 360. We're building some pretty awesome tools, you should definitely check out the Public Roadmap for Fusion drawings. Today... Continue Reading →

Fusion 360 Calibrating 1:1 Prints

The print dialogue in Fusion is relatively simple, you hit print, it sends your drawing to the printer, magic! What may not be obvious, is what happens behind the scenes, and how the drawing is scaled. Here’s how printing from Fusion 360 desktop client works. Fusion 360 prints 1:1 when the paper size of the... Continue Reading →

iLogic View Chopper

I was looking through the Inventor API samples and I came across some code for applying "Break Views" in the Inventor drawing environment. The API sample works quite well, so I thought I would adapt it to work with iLogic and add some additional functionality to make it more useful. My code adds in view... Continue Reading →

Automatic Drawings with iLogic

I've written some code to automatically create drawings from Autodesk Inventor part and assembly files. The idea that I used for this blog post was to have a drawings template file set up with views, and to then simply replace these views with a given model as needed. The GIF below shows how the code... Continue Reading →

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