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Skeleton Modeling Basics
Skeleton Modeling Basics
Welcome back to our tutorials on working with Autodesk Inventor software. In this installment, we examine a lesser-known assembly-modeling technique often referred to as skeleton or master model modeling.
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Digital Prototyping Task List #1 'Drive Constraints'
Digital Prototyping Task List #1 'Drive Constraints'
Video on checking basic function of Inventor assembly.
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Revit - Family Basics, Modeling a Stool
Revit - Family Basics, Modeling a Stool
In this tutorial I make a simple parametric stool in a generic family. I cover Working with reference planes, parameters and establishing constraints.
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Revit - Adding Folders to File Open Menu
Revit - Adding Folders to File Open Menu
Pretty basic tutorial, If you know this then it won’t effect you if you didn’t. you’ll be glad you don’t have to navigate to you project folders anymore.
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The Basics Of Creating Terrain Models
The Basics Of Creating Terrain Models
Autodesk Land Desktop tutorial covers the sequence of commands used to create a terrain model.
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Revit 2009 - New Feature Sweep Blend
Revit 2009 - New Feature Sweep Blend
Revit Architecture 2009 is out and has some pretty cool new features. The first one I’m posting about is Sweep Blend. I cant think of a better way to explain it than saying imagine taking the blend tool and combining it with the sweep tool. It’s pretty much just that. Like in the blend you pick to shapes “profiles” to blend between except now you can o it along a path. I’m going to experiment with surface continuity by importing 3d curves from Rhino but for now this video covers the basics of how it works.
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Description Key Sets and Point Styles
Description Key Sets and Point Styles
Understanding basics of point style and its settings in Civil 3D
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Back to Basics - Part I (Objects)
Back to Basics - Part I (Objects)
A list of 26 objects created by Civil 3D 2006 is provided
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Getting Thin
Getting Thin
Using Autodesk Inventor Plastic Features Technology Preview, differences with basic modeling tasks using EXTRUDE command
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Revit - Shared Parameters and Scheduling
Revit - Shared Parameters and Scheduling
This video tutorial gets into the basics of creating shared parameters in Revit and how to create schedules to access them. In this tutorial scheduling is meant to be used more as a spreadsheet interface for driving the model and not so much for putting schedules in a drawings set. That being said this video covers the basics of making a schedule which one could easily then place on a sheet.
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Muscular Modeling
Muscular Modeling
Solid modeling users may have difficulty following a master sketch so this technique allows you to work with solids as the basic building blocks
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Mass Modeling Tools In Autodesk Revit Building 8.1
Mass Modeling Tools In Autodesk Revit Building 8.1
Learning the basics of mass modeling tools and mapping them to real world building elements.
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Customize Autodesk Inventor API Using C# - Pt 2
Customize Autodesk Inventor API Using C# - Pt 2
Video tutorial shows foundation for basic concepts, starting Inventor API from Visual Studio 2005
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Unleashing Hidden Powers of Inventor with the API, Part 1
Unleashing Hidden Powers of Inventor with the API, Part 1
Introduction to VBA basics and understanding programming interface in Inventor, Brian Ekins
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Edit Cut Profile: Using the Edit Cut Profile tool (Part 1 of 4)
Edit Cut Profile: Using the Edit Cut Profile tool (Part 1 of 4)
Creating basic flat roof and modifying cut profiles of it in Revit
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