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Autodesk Labs Releases 3D Annotation for Inventor

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Released on July 16th was some great technology released for preview by Autodesk on its Labs website  The tools will alllow you at add annotation to your 3D models like:

  • Dimensions
  • Hole notes
  • Fillet and Chamfer notes 
  • Text and Leaders
  • Surface Symbols

It also contains a nice inspection tool that allows you to see callouts that have been place and callouts that maybe missing. 

Let’s take a look:
Autodesk Labs Releases 3D Annotation for Inventor

Vault 2011 – Document Change Process

With the release of the Vault 2011 products, Vault Professional can now track change orders on any document in vault.  This used to be a feature only available if you were managing an item master.  It has now been extended to any document.  You can simply right click any file and start a new change order from it.  From there you can add any information you need including custom properties and a markup of the drawing if one is included.  For a better look at this extended Vault capability, watch a short video HERE.

What’s New Inventor 2011 30 Minutes or Less

In todays day and age we are all very busy, and it seems we dont have much extra time. I have put together a video that will take you through a high level look at Autodesk Inventor 2011 What’s New in under 30 minutes. Of course this is not everything but should be enough to spark your interest to learn more. A few short slides and some clicks and picks, will have you wanting more information.

Let’s take a look!!!
Created by Dave one of the Cad Geeks

Free Move with Inventor 2011

Free Move

Free Move is a non-parametric move using the Triad tool. You can interactively position a face or feature by dragging the triad in a planar move, axial move, or free movement. The Free Move option is in the Move Face command.

Video link:

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