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Autodesk Map: Defining Blocks
Autodesk Map: Defining Blocks
You can represent a point symbol in Autodesk Map drawing (DWG) files in a number of ways. Blocks are the most effective and common point type object used in Autodesk Map. When you`re starting a new project, it`s important to evaluate what blocks you must define to map your data.
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Inventor API Fundamentals 004 - Connecting to the API
Inventor API Fundamentals 004 - Connecting to the API
Working with integrated VBA tool, referencing, connecting to running instance, starting instance with external applications like VB6, VB.Net, C#, VC++
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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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Starting in Revit Families
Starting in Revit Families
The basics of creating a Revit Family
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Wire Harness Design
Wire Harness Design
Electrical parts provide the starting and ending points for wires in a wire harness assembly. You can turn any Autodesk Inventor part into an electrical part by adding pins to it. Pins are work points placed by the Cable & Harness module, which has specialized harness properties. Each pin has a unique name to distinguish it from the other pins on the part. Adding pins to a part also confers Cable & Harness properties on the part.
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Autodesk Design Review 2007 Batch Printing
Autodesk Design Review 2007 Batch Printing
Printing multiple DWF files at once, saving print settings, and starting a batch print job.
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Autodesk Map: Layer Definitions
Autodesk Map: Layer Definitions
Designing the structure of your drawing (DWG) files to optimize the use of available data is always an important first step when you`re starting a new project. Creating drawing layers that categorize and logically group that data is essential.
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