Autodesk Manuacturing Community Update - August 27, 2008

 

 

August 27, 2008

 

 

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Skill Builder: Sheet Metal Punch iFeatures – Part 2
This is part 2 of a skill building exercise exploring sheet metal punch iFeatures. It covers selecting, placing and deleting sheet metal punch iFeatures and assumes that you have already completed the skill builder: Sheet Metal Punch iFeatures - part 1.

 

Autodesk Discussion Groups Are New and Improved
If you haven't checked out the new Discussions page, you're in for a surprise. It not only looks different, it also has some updates and improvements that will make it easier for you to search, browse, and post.

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Featured Tip: Adding Associative Dimensions to Hole Notes 
One of the features of Autodesk® Inventor® is the ability of the dimensions to update as their associated features change. Along the same lines, it is possible to link values included in Notes with their associated features. See how using an aluminum duct example.

Nate Holt: Dumb Graphics converted to smart AutoCAD Electrical Drawings
Nate Holt explains how to take old schematics created with AutoCAD - just lines, circles and text with no blocks or attributes - so that AutoCAD Electrical can process it. The challenge was to make it semi-smart in the AutoCAD Electrical world without altering the appearance of the old drawing.

Replacing Components with Constraints
Autodesk® Inventor® Assemblies describe component relationships using constraints. Find out how to prevent the loss of these constraints as you change or replace components throughout the design process.

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Jay Tedeschi: As Clear As Mud...
For those of you who use the wireframe display in Inventor rarely if ever, Jay Tedeschi shows you why it can be the only way to achieve certain tasks.

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