Inventor Fusion is most commonly associated with solid geometry editing and working in a complementary nature with Autodesk Inventor. What most people don’t know is that Fusion can work with AutoCAD as well as with surface geometry. In this example we take a look at starting a surface model in AutoCAD, refining the design in Fusion, stitching together as a solid, and then returning the design to AutoCAD.
Check out this example of editing Inventor geometry in the Fusion Technology. We take a look at editing specific edges in the Fusion environment that would be an extremely difficult task in Autodesk Inventor alone.
Back to basic’s with this post but we have new users everyday unlocking their potential with Autodesk Inventor. This post I go through the steps of removing one solid from another and keeping associativity between the two models. This becomes very important until we locked down our design for final release. Take a look at the short video.
Video Link: Inventor – Removing One Solid From Another
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Today’s post we will look at simple customization of our toolbars inside of Inventor. This will allow the end user to have quicker access too some of the most common functionality that they use inside of Inventor today.
Video Link: Autodesk Inventor – Custom Toolbars