An Autodesk Inventor iCopy tutorial

An Autodesk Inventor iCopy Tutorial

It all started with a Direct Message from @JohnEvansDesign (the AUGIworld content manager for Inventor) on Twitter. 'I need some help - Can you write 2000 words on any Inventor Topic by the end of the week?' 'Hmm' I thought, I could do something on iCopy - I haven't seen very much around on that... 3500 words and four days later - still with lots to say - I was beginning to think that I had bitten off more than I could chew! Finally, with some sound editing advice from John, my first ever article for AUGI was born...

Autodesk Inventor Questions

Autodesk Inventor for Woodworkers – Where do I start?!

Are you considering implementing Autodesk Inventor at your company? Don't know where to start? Read this start up guide from someone who's been there!

An Autodesk Inventor copy assembly flow chart

The secret to successfully copy an Autodesk Inventor design

If you want to create a copy of an design , you also need to copy all the Sub Assembly and Part files (Components) that go with it. And that’s not all. If you are copying files within a Project, you will also need to re-name all the components, otherwise Inventor may find the wrong version of the component that you intended to be used in the new Assembly. And that’s not all! An Assembly file contains is a list of Hyperlinks to other Assembly and part files. If you copy, move and rename all the sub components of an Assembly, you will also need to repair all those Internal Hyperlinks.

The CAD Setter Out - Autodesk Inventor

AutoCAD and Inventor, 2D to 3D Conversion through DWG True Connect.

Do you use AutoCAD to for your Joinery shop drawings? Are you considering Autodesk Inventor but are worried about learning the new software? Check out this video by Andy Rahden, which shows how you can use AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor in conjunction.

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