August 29, 2007
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For Autodesk users in manufacturing-related industries, a membership in Autodesk User Group International (AUGI) is an avenue to increased productivity, new contacts, and fresh ideas.
White Paper: Leverage Inventor 2008 Sketch Tools
By leveraging the new sketch tools in Inventor 2008, designers can address challenges head on and organizations can gain a fast return on investment along with a competitive edge.
Read MoreTutorial: Edit Solid Bodies in Inventor
Featured Member Profile: Karla Vanessa Redor
Karla Vanessa Redor has been using Inventor since 2005 and considers DWG True Connect the highlight of the Inventor 2008 release. Learn more about Redor and why she thinks Inventor 2008 has bridged the gap of those who are using Inventor and AutoCAD.
If you've ever imported a file from IGES, SAT, or STEP and wanted to edit it, learn how to use Inventor’s Edit Solid feature.
Inventor of the Month: Magic Wheels Inc.
Magic Wheels, Inc. was selected as August’s Inventor of the Month because of its ground-up designs that expressly meet the needs of long-term wheelchair users.
Skill Builder: Content Center Stand-Alone User Guide
Learn how to fine tune the Autodesk Inventor Content Center to meet your company’s specific needs.
Blog: Introducing Jay Tedeschi
As the one of the Manufacturing Community’s newest bloggers, Jay Tedeschi will discuss a wide array of topics, including software interoperability, applicability, and hardware/software developments.
Tip: Tinker with AutoCAD Electrical's Data Output
If the output data from AutoCAD Electrical 2007 is not in the format that you'd like, then take an existing report and modify it with a "user post," or write the data out to a file and post-process it.
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