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Making An Adaptive 3d Pipe In The Context Of An Assembly
Making An Adaptive 3d Pipe In The Context Of An Assembly
In this example we will create a fully adaptive 3D pipe in the context of an existing assembly. We will utilize heavily the use of in-line work features so that after we are complete we can adjust any of our assembly key locations and our pipe will update accordingly.
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3d Grips And Constraints
3d Grips And Constraints
Free login required. You can use 3D Grips to edit features on your models, but how does this affect existing constraints on your sketches?
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Thank You Sir May I Have Another
Thank You Sir May I Have Another
Place Component Orientation feature in Inventor 2009.
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FEA (Found Extra Additional Stuff)
FEA (Found Extra Additional Stuff)
Edit geometry while in context of FEA application and export results of FEA in Inventor Professional.
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Autodesk Map 3d Display Manager Tutorial
Autodesk Map 3d Display Manager Tutorial
The tutorial takes you step-by-step through the Display Manager, a new feature in Autodesk Map 3D 2005 that lets you stylize selected objects in your map.
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Projecting Geometry In Sheet Metal Parts
Projecting Geometry In Sheet Metal Parts
In the last Autodesk Point A Toplines newsletter, we examined methods for projecting existing edges and other geometry to a feature sketch within the same part. Now let`s look at an Autodesk Inventor 4 tool that projects geometry in sheet-metal parts.
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Label Feature Line Elevations
Label Feature Line Elevations
Civil 3D workaround to label elevation anywhere along a feature line
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Pipe Network From Profile
Pipe Network From Profile
Converting 3D polyline into feature line in Civil 3D
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The Civil 
Side: Making the Grade
The Civil Side: Making the Grade
Creating feature lines in Civil 3D 2008
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Placing Features Along A Path
Placing Features Along A Path
See tip link for description
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Drawing Tips - Hidden Feature
Drawing Tips - Hidden Feature
Hidden Civil 3D command, ShowDrawingTips, helps trace section in profile view
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Grading 
Best Practices
Grading Best Practices
Techniques to make best out of feature line grading and projection grading tools in Civil 3D 2008
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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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The Civil Side: Green Labels and Ham, Part 2
The Civil Side: Green Labels and Ham, Part 2
Understanding alignment feature settings, agency specific profiles, reference text and more in Civil 3D
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