Inventor Tutorials
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Manage Files with Autodesk Vault Mirror   30 Jun, 2014

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Use the Vault Mirror utility to retrieve files to a dedicated folder. More>>

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Use Master Modeling Techniques in Autodesk Inventor's Sheet Metal Environment   24 Apr, 2014

Learn about using Master Modeling techniques in Autodesk Inventor's sheet metal environment to control parametric updates and to speed up model creation and editing time.More>>

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Sketched Symbols in Autodesk Inventor: Follow the Leader   31 Mar, 2014

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Keep quantities callouts and other sketched symbols attached to the balloon — that way, everything stays put when you adjust views.More>>

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Uncoiling Inventor’s Coil Command   28 Feb, 2014

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Don’t get twisted up over this easy-to-use tool.More>>

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Set Divergence Points When Modeling Products in Inventor   31 Jan, 2014

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: You may be familiar with top-down and bottom-up design methods, but the outside-in approach can save you time and rework.More>>

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iLogic Tools for the Rest of Us   31 Dec, 2013

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Autodesk Inventor’s premier automation tool offers value for nonprogrammers too.More>>

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Descriptors and Descriptions in Autodesk Factory Design Suite    30 Nov, 2013

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Use a little iLogic to identify your assets — it's not as hard as you might think.More>>

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It's Your Canvas: Customize the Autodesk Inventor 2014 Interface   4 Nov, 2013

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Learn how to use the many customization options to streamline your access to frequently used commands.More>>

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Using Joints in Autodesk Inventor 2014   30 Sep, 2013

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Don't get bent out of joint about the new tool on the Assemble tab — learn how to use it to your advantage.More>>

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Import Mechanical Desktop Drawings Directly into Inventor 2014   22 Aug, 2013

IMAGINiT Tricks Tutorial: Try this new method to import your Autodesk Mechanical Desktop part files into an Autodesk Inventor assembly model. More>>