AutoCAD and Inventor Tips, Tricks & Tutorials.
How to use the AutoCAD WS App for Google Chrome to draw, review and share Autodesk DWG’s in your Browser.
Autodesk have given us some great tools to share files between Inventor & Revit. I would love to try them out, but I don’t have Revit!
A guest post by the CAD Setter Out, on Shaan Hurley’s ‘Between the Lines’ Blog. It’s all about Exporting PDF’s from AutoCAD.
Find out how to use Autodesk Inventor’s Multi solid master part modelling technique to model a woodworkers Saw horse.
The internet is a great source of up to date information for Setter outs, and it is available as you need it. Here are a few of the sites I visit regularly.
Find out how to use Autodesk Inventor for modelling Joinery, Cabinetry and Millwork, using the ‘Skeletal Modelling’ Assembly technique.
Are you looking for peer to peer support & help with your CAD problems? Check out my top five user forums for Autocad and Autodesk Inventor.
How many lines do you need to create a Solid? The answer is One! You don’t need Geometry to create a solid – a surface will suffice.
This tutorial shows you how to use Autodesk Inventor for ‘Top Down’ or ‘In Place’ assembly Modelling.
If you are a newbie looking for CAD Tutorials, a grizzled old Vet looking for one more productivity tip, or a journalist looking for the latest CAD industry news – you could do worse than checking out this list of my top ten CAD Blogs!
Find out how to apply the British and International Technical Drawing standards to your dawings.
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Learn how to model your designs in with Autodesk Inventor, then create drawings and cutting tickets from the model.
Learn how to use AutoCAD to create great shop drawings quickly and efficiently.
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