Inventor
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Drawing Styles and Standards   1 Oct, 2003

Wymer shows you how to modify existing drawing file standards or create new ones to meet the requirements of your client or comply with your employer.More>>

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Documenting Your Design: Parts List and Balloons   1 Sep, 2003

In this column, Wymer covers how to define a parts list, customize its output, and balloon your assembly components.More>>

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Embracing Different Views   1 Aug, 2003

No need to meticulously draw orthographic projects or cross-sections of your design. Wymer shows you how to extract them directly from your 3D model.More>>

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Making the Most of Model Tolerances   1 Jul, 2003

Learn how to set up model tolerances, update your model to specific tolerances, and document these tolerances at the drawing level.More>>

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On Freedom and Constraints   1 Jun, 2003

Wymer explains why applying the right constraint is critical to the preservation of freedom in assemblies.More>>

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Inventor Presentation   1 May, 2003

Wymer tells you why you should explode an assembly to make it presentable.More>>

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Tapping Knowledge Vault's Engineer's Notebook   1 Apr, 2003

Using the Engineer's Notebook in Inventor's Knowledge Vault lets you quickly capture design intent, decisions, and history.More>>

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Design Intent and iMates   1 Mar, 2003

Wymer highlights the Knowledge Vault's iMates, which you can use to virtually automate standard-component assemblies within Autodesk Inventor.More>>

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Design Intent and iMates   1 Mar, 2003

Wymer highlights the Knowledge Vault's iMates, which you can use to virtually automate standard-component assemblies within Autodesk Inventor.More>>

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Capturing Design Intent with iParts   1 Feb, 2003

Wymer delves into iParts to show you how to use it to build a library of parts.More>>