Autodesk Manufacturing Community Update - October 18, 2007

Autodesk Manufacturing Community Newsletter

October 18, 2007
In this issue:


Dependencies Article: Breaking Feature Dependencies

Autodesk Inventor provides a powerful means for creating feature-based models. This tutorial focuses on proven methods that will retain stability within the model.


Tip: Need to Reduce Your File Size?

Need to reduce your file size? Read this helpful tip from community member KamaAZ and learn what you should do before you use Wblock to reduce a file size.


Inventor of the Month: HTC Sweden

IOMOctober's Inventor of the Month, HTC Sweden, is a leading provider of professional floor systems. The company launched a patent pending system for grinding concrete in 1992. HTC Sweden's flooring machines use a diamond-based grinding system to create a beautiful, hygienic and easily manageable floor that is cheaper to maintain than other flooring materials.

Briefing: AUGI's Inventor Wish List Voting

The AUGI Inventor Wish List is ready and waiting for your votes! Until October 31, 2007, you have the opportunity to review and vote on the future release wishes posted by your fellow AUGI members.

Brian Roepke Blog: Mass Update Item Properties

Editing items in Productstream can be pretty time consuming, especially when you're busy implementing. In this blog post, Brian Roepke shares a tip posted by Joeri Tuyn that shows an easier way to mass update item properties.


White Paper: Creating Bent Frame Members in Autodesk Inventor 2008

When it comes to designing anything with a steel frame, the time will come when it is necessary to make use of bent frame members. Bent frame members may be used for ease of manufacture, aesthetics, or for structural reasons. Autodesk Inventor has a toolset called Frame Generator that is geared towards frame design.
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