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Category Archives: Inventor
The individual projects at the Autodesk Digital STEAM curriculum website are ideal for students who have built up their knowledge and skills in the design process and the use of Autodesk software. If you are ready for a challenge, after completing … Read more
You may have seen on www.vexrobotics.com, three new robotics kits that better serve your needs. This is in order to maintain our focus on STEM education as well as the competition market. There is a trend with teachers interested in implementing a robotics program … Read more
Inventor Fusion If you tuned in to our last blog entry, we briefly mentioned Autodesk Inventor Fusion. So here it is another day, and I felt that maybe we should discuss this powerful new tool that Autodesk launched for the first time … Read more
Sometimes creating components requires that we create more complex shapes that have an organic curved profile to them. Sometime the profile changes from one end to another. Today we’ll take a quick look at how one can use Autodesk Inventor … Read more
Autodesk has recently released the 2013 product line, and among the most powerful features released are the online options of 360. An Autodesk 360 account is available to anybody, however customers wanting to get the most out of their subscription … Read more
What would it look like if your video tutorials were created by someone with a lifetime’s teaching experience behind them? You’d expect them to be well structured, well paced, summarised properly etc. More than that, if a whole series of … Read more
So we now have a nice glass table top, a table leg post, and a cap that will keep the glazing in place for the top and bottom piece. We’ll start by opening a new assembly file (.iam) file from … Read more
In this two part tutorial, we’re going to take a look at a few different design practices in Inventor Professional, and by the end, you will have a glass end table that is easy to modify. To download the dataset and … Read more
In this tutorial we explore process of drawing a simple assembly. The skills you learn are: Creating basic drawings Placing views Cutting sections Using model dimensions Adding drawing dimensions Creating a parts list Adding balloons To start the tutorial, first … Read more
Now that we’ve explored the basics of creating parts from sketches and additional operations, we’ll now look at some of the functions used to create assemblies in Inventor. To get started with creating our assembly, you’ll first need to download … Read more