Guest Post by Jhoel Forshav Since this is my first guest blog post on the Unofficial Inventor blog, I’d like to thank Clint Brown for inviting me to do this. Those of you who visit the Inventor Customization Forum from time to time may have seen my name before, as I’m a very active in … More iLogic: Export All Flat Patterns To One DXF
Thomas Rambach of CADToolbox.com recently asked if I would BETA test his latest creation “Batch Logic”. Before I get into Batch Logic, it’s worth pointing out that Thomas is the creator of Swift Prints and Design Notes for Inventor. Batch Logic is two fantastic utilities rolled into one, the first for Inventor and another for … More Batch Logic for Inventor & Vault
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!
It’s just about that time of year again! I’ll be presenting at the 3rd Autodesk University at the Tobacco Dock in London. The event is on the 18th and 19th of June. If you don’t have a ticket yet, hurry, they won’t be available after the middle of this week. This year I decided not … More Let’s Rock at AU London 2019
Inventor 2020’s new Unwrap command allow you to flatten nearly any shape into a flat surface that can be saved or exported in different formats. This is a great stride forward, and will allow sheet metal users to unwrap trickier geometry where material deformation is taking place. It may also help people design things like … More Inventor 2020: New Unwrap Command