Recently we posted “How to use Auto Dimension & Driven Dimension | AUTODESK INVENTOR TIPS” and now we are sharing two new tips from our “120 Autodesk Inventor Tips” vault.
Our Autodesk Subject Matter Expert from i GET IT Learning created these 120 short tech tips to present at Autodesk University. Read more…
The Objective is to have the ability to return a model to a previous state by reversing operations. There are some CAD softwares that do not allow this, so it can be very frustrating. The following video and procedure will explain the process…
A constraint in computer-aided design (CAD) software is a limitation or restriction imposed by a designer or an engineer upon geometric properties of an entity of a design model that maintains its structure as the model is manipulated.
In this Tech Tip, we will explain about the difference between ‘Fix’ and ‘Default’ type constraints in Assembly Design using Creo Parametric. Apparently these two types of constraints look similar as they both make the model fully constrained, but we will see two examples wherein we can understand the distinct difference between these two constraints.
FIRST Robotics Team 1706, the Ratchet Rockers, will compete this weekend (April 26-29) in the FIRST Championship in St. Louis, MO. The Ratchet Rockers completed in 2 events this year. In Huntsville, MO they qualified #4 out of 50 teams but lost in the quarterfinals. In their other event in St. Louis they qualified #2 out of 52 teams and ended