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Inventor | Synchronous Belt Pulley Width Update Tip

Using Inventor’s Synchronous Belt Component Generator? Here’s a quick tip for resetting your pulley informationContinue Reading

Inventor | Constraining Design Accelerators

Design Accelerators have some really nice features, and a few kinks. Here’s how to smooth things out.Continue Reading

Inventor | Some Quick Tips From A New Project

Six great tips to make your Inventor time more productive. Frame Generator, Top-Down Design, Gesturing, and View RepresentationsContinue Reading

Inventor | Thoughts from the Weekend Frame Design

Here are some Autodesk Inventor tips I collected while working a simple frame design this weekend. Find out some of the things I use to make Frame Generator a success in my designs.Continue Reading

In Design | A little Beta, a little Gear Fun

I’ve been playing with some Bevel Gear designs, and spending way too much time fighting the Bevel Gear Design Accelerator in Autodesk Inventor 2011. I couldn’t tell you why, but I have never like the Bevel Gear tool. The other Design Accelerators, including other Gear Options are great. The Gears I am using here areContinue Reading

Inventor – Incorporating Adaptability in Top Down Design

I decided to be hard headed and push adaptability in a skeletal model. Check out my detailed review of the problems surrounding closed circuit adaptable Top Down design in Autodesk Inventor. Continue Reading