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Back to Basics – 4 Autodesk Inventor Techniques You Should Know

Back to Basics – 4 Autodesk Inventor Techniques You Should Know

With so much focus given to new features / technologies by CAD bloggers / vendors, it’s easy to forget the little things. I thought I’d start a little series of posts that deal with simple time-saving workflows and tricks that you may have missed along the way while learning to use Inventor.Continue Reading.

Timothy McDonald and Glenn Larson of Ft. Walton Machining: Interview

Timothy McDonald and Glenn Larson of Ft. Walton Machining: Interview

John closes the Ft. Walton Machining visit with the people that are making their transition to Dassault CATIA a successful venture.Continue Reading.

Autodesk and Local Motors Collaborate on First Spark 3D Platform Implementation

Autodesk and Local Motors Collaborate on First Spark 3D Platform Implementation

Autodesk gets underway with it’s open source SPARK 3D Printing platform in a very visual way with the new Local Motors Strati and other partners. The results are interesting to say the least. Exciting times ahead.Continue Reading.

Stratasys Agrees to Buy GrabCAD

Stratasys Agrees to Buy GrabCAD

What did Stratasys announce this morning? Talk about waiting for the right tools to be developed by others. Wow!Continue Reading.

Autodesk Vault Copy Design 2.0 (aka Vault 2015 R2)

Autodesk Vault Copy Design 2.0 (aka Vault 2015 R2)

Most people have a real love-hate relationship with Vault’s Copy Design… its big, clunky, and very slow…. but its still better to use than manually copying and renaming files. With this mid-year release Autodesk set out to build a bigger, stronger, and much faster Copy Design and voila we have it now in Vault 2015 R2! So what does Mike think about it? Continue Reading.

3Dconnexion SpaceMouse® Pro Wireless Review

3Dconnexion SpaceMouse® Pro Wireless Review

After just over two months with the 3Dconnexion SpaceMouse Pro Wireless, Scott delivers Design and Motion’s review and his verdict on how much of a benefit their Professional range can deliver CAD users.Continue Reading.