While Shaan’s away – the bloggers will play


For the next few weeks Autodesk’s Shaan Hurley will be in deepest Africa, trialling Autodesk 123D catch strapped to the underside of an Octocopter (The camera – not Shaan).

While Shaan is out of the loop – some of his regular guest posters will be stepping in to fill his boots.

Look out for upcoming posts from Brian Benton and R K MacSwain.

In the meantime, Robin Capper has contributed this post:

‘Moving AutoCAD Architecture Projects, even if Windows objects‘.


And I was happy to contribute this post:

Five ways to use Autodesk Inventor’s End of Part Marker in your Daily Workflow‘.

Autodesk Inventor 2013 Move End of part Marker

This post was inspired by one of the side bars (Four ways to use the EOP) from Curtis Waguespack‘s awesome book  ‘Mastering Autodesk Inventor 2012′ which you can find out more about here.

 Thanks Shaan!

Thanks very much to Shaan Hurley for offering us the chance to contribute to his Blog while he is away. I wish you all the best with your trip.

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