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Adding Custom Threads to Autodesk Inventor 2010

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Out of the box, Autodesk Inventor 2010 provides the end user with a set of commonly used thread profiles. There are times when a non standard or special class of thread is needed. Take a look at this short video to learn how to add a new custom thread group.

Posted by Pete Migrin, one of the CAD Geeks

Preparing Alias files for Showcase

Today we will discuss the steps to successfully prepare an Alias model for use in Autodesk Showcase.

Check out the video here……
http://www.screencast.com/t/7W9lmIBil

Created by Aaron… your Alias CAD Geek

Go Beyond Sort and Scroll

Most users within a Vaulted environment use the sort and scroll method to find files within a project folder. Using built in and custom Field Filters will allow easier access to the target files. Click here for a short video demonstration.

Posted by Pete Migrin, one of the CAD Geeks

Working with Multi-Body a Few Good Reasons

With the release of Autodesk Inventor 2010 a great new feature was added called Multi-body or the ability for us to create multiple solid bodies within a single part file. I believe their are a few good reasons to add this to our workflows:

1. Skeletal Layouts

2. Plastic Part Design

3. True “Top Down” Design Approach

4. More Options than Working with Derive Component

5. Similar to Designing in ‘MDT” Mechanical Desktop


Let’s take a look!!!
http://www.screencast.com/t/282UBfTwfY80
Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

Place Open Parts Without File Browsing

Today I just wanted to post a very simple but time saving tip. I know you really don’t want to browse through dozens of folders just to find the part or assembly that is already open on your screen. All this just to place a component into my assembly. I prefer to Drag and Drop!
Blogged by Josh Hunt, Yet another CAD Geek
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