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by Matt Bussey, April 23, 2021

Intro to Inventor Bill of Materials

The “Inventor BOM 101” blog series is intended to help users of Autodesk Inventor understand the capabilities and use of the Autodesk Inventor Bill of Materials (BOM) capabilities, and how they relate to maintaining Parts Lists and interaction…

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by Marco Trinidad, June 30, 2021

How To Use Custom User Coordinate Systems with Inventor Assembly

How To Use Custom User Coordinate Systems (UCS) with Inventor Assembly for Inventor Professional The origin within an Inventor assembly or part is a feature not often thought of. The origin is assigned 3 planes, 3-axis, and a point that can be…

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by Justin Cao, June 21, 2021

The Power of Inventor Shrinkwrap

An Introduction to Inventor Shrinkwrap In Autodesk’s Inventor, there is not a lot of information about the Simplification window and the Shrinkwrap feature. A quick note: starting in Inventor 2022, under the Simplification window, the Shrinkwrap…

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by Brian Mongkolpoonsuk, June 21, 2021

Inventor 2022 to Fusion 360 Interoperability

Trying to find a quick an easy way to send Inventor files to Fusion 360? Autodesk has made it even easier! In addition to the already existing bi-directional workflow, AnyCAD, the new Inventor 2022 to Fusion 360 Interoperability workflow is already…

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by Alex Alvarez, May 25, 2021

How to Install Design Checker for Autodesk Inventor

Read how you can optimize Design Checker for Autodesk Inventor to make sure the high level of quality for the entire design process. Design Checker for Autodesk Inventor and How to Install It What is Design Checker for Autodesk Inventor? We often…

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by Matt Bussey, May 22, 2021

How to Create a Cut List in Drawings

This is the last blog of our Level 300 series about Autodesk Inventor Bill of Materials. In this blog, we will talk about Creating a Cut List in Drawings, which helps you easily create an associative cut list for cut length components. The Level 300…

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by Matt Bussey, May 21, 2021

Parts List Grouping in Bill of Materials

Welcome to the second blog of our Level 300 series about Inventor Bill of Materials. In this blog, we will talk about Parts List Grouping, which helps you create a summary for similar items. The Level 300 topics include: 301 – Virtual…

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by Matt Bussey, May 20, 2021

Inventor BOM Virtual Components

This blog is the first part of our advanced blog series of Bill of Materials, where we explained all the terminologies and capabilities of Autodesk Inventor BOM. As a result, you will be able to effectively utilize the tool in your projects. In this…

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by Graham Stevens, May 12, 2021

Electronics Reliability- Are Your Products Ready?

Electronics make up a larger portion of the products our customers are making today. As product complexity and the number of new features increase, so does the opportunity for failure and the need for reliable electronic products. By using…

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by Matt Bussey, May 4, 2021

What are Bill of Materials Rollup Errors?

This blog is the last part in our “Level 2” Bill of Materials (BOM) series which focuses on BOM management. The Level 200 topics covered: 201 – Equivalent Components (Merged Parts) 202 – Part Numbers and Stock Numbers 203 – BOM Rollup…

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by Matt Bussey, May 4, 2021

What are Part Numbers and Stock Numbers in BOM?

This is the second part in the “Level 2” BOM Series. These blogs will be focused on Bill of Materials (BOM) management. The Level 200 topics include: 201 – Equivalent Components 202 – Part Numbers and Stock Numbers- This Post! 203 – BOM…

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