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AliasStudio Ball Corner Tool

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Manually creating a ball corner surface can be a time consuming task. Alias offers users an automated tool to create these type of surfaces. To see a quick video on the use of this tool click on the link below.

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Created by Aaron… your Alias CAD Geek

Black Friday…. well sort of ….iCHECK Special BOGO

In Black Friday like style the INCAT CAD Geeks are offering a “Buy One Get One Free on iCHECK” to any Autodesk University Attendees and or those whom download iCHECK for Inventor within the next 7 days. Download it here

Offer is good Until January 30th 2009 on iCHECK Floating seats.

Also we just created a new “Getting Started with iCHECK” video.
Watch the video below, and for more info about Autodesk Inventor iCHECK check out our site at: www.incat.com/icheckinventor

Without a Trace…..Dynamic Simulation

Today we’ll take a look at creating a CAM follower utilizing the powers of Dynamic Simulation. By creating a simulation, it is easy to output the results that can be used as sketches to create components. Let’s take a look at how easy it is….

WATCH VIDEO HERE
John with the INCAT CAD Geeks

AliasStudio Canvas Symmetry Tool

The Canvas Symmetry Tool in AliasStudio is a very useful tool for quickly getting you ideas and designs down on “paper”. The Canvas Symmetry Tool has two modes, Radial and Bilateral both of which can be modified to suit your particular needs. Click the link below to see a video of the Canvas Symmetry Tool in action.

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Created by Aaron… Your Alias CAD Geek

Cut Wires not Trim Lines AutoCAD Electrical

Whenever a user needs to trim out a wire remember about the Trim Wire command, or as I refer to it as the Wire Cutters. The icon looks like wire cutters and is located on the ACE:Main Electrical toolbar. Basically this command when activated allows the user to select the “Wire” to be cut, and then it will “look” in both directions for connection dots or the end of the wire. Once this is found it will remove the connection dots and cut the wire.

Cut Wire Benefits:
- Less Clicks than AutoCAD Trim
- Automatically Removes Connection Dots


A common question is “With the AutoCAD Trim command I can trim multiple lines at once. Can I do that with the Trim Wire command?” The answer is yes; look at your command prompt for options.

Trim Wire command options:
- Fence = Draw a “Fence” to trim multiple wires.
- Crossing = Draw a crossing window to trim multiple wires.
- Zext = Zoom Extents while staying in the command.

Let’s take a look

http://www.screencast.com/t/3ghZaucZ1yE

Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

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