Edit an Inventor Project File Through Windows

Inventor Tips & Tricks: Edit an Inventor Project File Through Windows

Pete Strycharske Application Engineer MasterGraphics Recently I took a support call from a client who was having trouble editing their Vault project file inside of Inventor.  They had checked out the project file, closed all open Inventor files, even closed and relaunched Inventor, to no avail…  Sometimes in order to modify an uncooperative project file,
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StemCell

Obtaining high quality content to flush out a rendered image is a time consuming and frequently annoying endeavor. There are several aggregators of content but price and content quality varies widely by site and even within a given site. This problem has only compounded with the growing use of game engines and VR as the
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The Concrete Castle of My Dreams, 3D Printed Of Course!

Pete Strycharske Application Engineer MasterGraphics I know it has been too long since my last blog post, so when I came across this, I figured this was the perfect way to get back into the blogging swing of things.  When I first saw this, I had several thoughts: 3D Printing continues to fascinate me! My
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Relationships Count in Inventor Assemblies, so Let’s Count Them!

Pete Strycharske Application Engineer MasterGraphics I don’t venture into my colleague Dan Vang’s iLogic territory too often, but I found myself wanting to get a count of all the relationships within some assemblies that I wanted to optimize, so I decided to embark on an iLogic adventure!  One of the biggest performance drains in a
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What This Design Needs is a Work Plane!

Pete Strycharske – Digitally Prototyping since 2004 Pete Strycharske Application Engineer MasterGraphics In today’s post, we’re going to take a look at an issue that pops up from time-to-time when trying to reorient Factory Design connectors during an automation project important source.  As I’ve mentioned in previous posts and videos, I consider the Factory Connectors
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My Generative Design Lamp Adventure

Pete Strycharske Application Engineer MasterGraphics One of the really fun things I like about my job is the exposure I get to all sorts of fascinating technologies.  Some of the technologies I’m most interested in are when people adapt the designs we see in nature to use in products and machines.  One such technology that
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Gimme More of Those Old Time AutoCAD Toolbars!

Pete Strycharske Application Engineer MasterGraphics Over the years, and the many AutoCAD classes I have taught, I have met so many users who recall those good ol’ timey AutoCAD toolbars.  They love to recount how they could quickly navigate through the interface and utilize their favorite tools (the ones they just can’t seem to find
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