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Jun 11,  · The youtube channel Ketiv AVA is a great channel for all kinds of tutorials and overviews on all Autodesk software. Just like Alex said, start with something small such as a Form based template part or automatic PDF creation and continue from there. Philip Martick Inventor Pro, AutoCAD , Autodesk Vault Basic Windows 10 Pro. Add to Collection. In addition to the tutorials accessed in the Videos and Tutorials panel in the Get Started tab, the following legacy tutorials are also available. Important: The archived tutorials and the archived dataset sets are only available with an Internet connection. Please connect to the internet to access the following links. Welcome to the Inventor support and learning center, where you can find documentation, tutorials, videos, and troubleshooting resources. To view all product offerings, software details, and pricing, visit Inventor overview.

 

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Welcome to the Inventor support and learning center, where you can find documentation, tutorials, videos, and troubleshooting resources. To view all product offerings, software details, and pricing, visit Inventor overview. Aug 02,  · Welcome to the forum. First, software in the last years (maybe longer) do not come out with manuals anymore. If you are talking about the help file they are all on line now. Plus, the stock image library and GIPHY integrations makes training more fun! “I LOVE how trainual makes it easy to Autodesk Advance Steel Download Free break down each step of a larger process into manageable chunks. The ability to integrate video, images, even gifs, makes the learning process more enjoyable to our employees”.
 
 
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Johannesburg, South Africa. Impossible only means you haven’t found the solution yet. Go to Solution. Solved by doug. My best advice is start small, look at automating those tedious tasks you find yourself or your team?

When you get stuck and you likely will! Not a hope in hell of getting any training from the company! No 1, I am the only inventor user in a drawing office of 8 drafters, the others use AutoCAD , no 2, the cad management and training and standardisation and sharing of ideas is virtually non existent, everybody does his own thing, including making his own blocks, and keeping them under his own name!!

I have already approached my autodesk reseller not the company’s which is different to ask about training and awaiting an answer, but I won’t be able to afford it anyway,. I am not willing to do this, I think it is highly unethical. Although I have access to at work, I have kept to there, because if I go to Inventor ,. So as you can see, I am caught between a rock and a hard place, wanting to improve myself and my software.

However I will continue on anyway with my Inventor Visual Studio can also be used to make more advanced forms than is available for Inventor’s Built in Forms.

If possible, I do recommend upgrading to Inventor since iLogic functionality was drastically increased in that version and some snippets available in are not in If your company already has , see if you can get the login info for the company account or the license key from them I know it’s unlikely, but it doesn’t hurt to try. You can share the same license key between your work computer and home computer, but you can’t use them at the same time, just make sure you close your Inventor program at home before going to work and vice versa.

For implementing iLogic in various ways, here’s a starter video that’s part of a series that also shows how Visual Studio can be used to make more advanced forms, implementing Excel, etc. The youtube channel Ketiv AVA is a great channel for all kinds of tutorials and overviews on all Autodesk software. Just like Alex said, start with something small such as a Form based template part or automatic PDF creation and continue from there.

I am constantly on YouTube and this forum to find programs that will get me started. While I can’t do the advanced programming my company hired a consultant to teach me ilogic to do what I want. I am now to the point of looking at VBA training to get to the point where I can do everything myself. Thanks for those links. I will investigate. I have also all found some good ones at a website called synergis. So, I started modeling each part and finally had an oven modeled in months. During that time, I would then go home and work on automating the model with ilogic so there is one single oven template that could change sizes by just changing 3 numbers width, depth, height in an Excel spreadsheet that was linked to the Inventor model.

After six months, I had a fully automated oven template with construction drawings ready. I did a test and had the oven changed and drawings in under 10 mins. It takes the other designer days to produce drawings using AutoCAD. I showed my supervisor and was immediately taken to the Owners corner office and showed him.

Within 5 minutes I was given approval to continue on the oven template and keep improving it. He immediately saw the potential cost savings, error reductions, efficiency, etc. Keep doing what you’re doing and someone will be impressed enough to take notice and … hopefully give you some recognition, advancement, approvals, etc.

That is exactly what I intend to do. Whether or not I get recognised by my full time employer is irrelevant. I have recognised a few situations where it would work very well. My company does formwork and scaffoliding layouts for construction projects in concrete, like reservoirs, shopping malls, office parks, etc.

My first project is going to be formwork for a circular reservoir, one particular type of formwork, and one particular method of using this type of formwork. This type of job normally takes about 14 to 18 working hours in 2d autocad.

I can bring it down to 10 to 15 minutes. I would like to automate certain other things, non related to linking parameters to a spread sheet, using ilogic. Autocad has been in my job since , hobby since , inventor in my job since , hobby since However I will do this to completion at my own leisurely pace, knowing that I have bettered myself and my knowledge of Inventor, also making me more marketable for freelancing and training, which I market myself for on top of my full time job, outside working hours, and do, on the odd occasion, get a few freelancing or training one off jobs.

I will keep in touch with the Inventor Customisation forum as questions arise, during my learning process. These forums have really been useful over the years. I have been on this and similar previous ones like the. Inventor Customization. Share your knowledge, ask questions, and explore popular Inventor Customization topics related to programming, creating add-ins, macros, working with the API or creating iLogic tools.

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Back to Inventor Category. Back to Topic Listing Previous Next. Message 1 of Hi all Am advancing myself at home, no further learning or advancement on horizon at work.

Impossible only means you haven’t found the solution yet Solved! Message 2 of Hi MikeKovacik , My best advice is start small, look at automating those tedious tasks you find yourself or your team?

Cheers and Good Luck! Message 3 of I have already approached my autodesk reseller not the company’s which is different to ask about training and awaiting an answer, but I won’t be able to afford it anyway, so am left with the option of training myself, which I will start doing, using your advice to start small.

I will do this at home, as I have my own licensed software. I didn’t upgrade to for 2 reasons 1. I couldn’t afford it 2. I am not willing to do this, I think it is highly unethical and unfair on Autodesk’s part!

So I will have to ignore those improvements that have come out in Although I have access to at work, I have kept to there, because if I go to Inventor , I will no longer be able to ready any drawings I do at work, at home on my Inventor !! So as you can see, I am caught between a rock and a hard place, wanting to improve myself and my software expertise, but not really having all the means to do it. However I will continue on anyway with my Inventor ilogic and any free tutorials that are available, and with the help of all of you on this forum WILL master it.

Message 4 of Message 5 of Keep Googling, keep posting here as mentioned above. Message 6 of Message 7 of Doug Thanks for the encouragement, that is exactly what I intend to do! I have already started doing a little bit each evening after work. I know I will get no recognition at work for this, but that doesn’t worry me. I am out to improve myself. If I can eventually automate one of my work drawings, I will surprise the drawing office manager one day, by giving him a complete drawing in 10 to 15 minutes rather than 12 to 16 hours, but the means of doing it will be kept with me away from the company, seeing as it would have all been done in my time with my software.

Message 8 of George Thanks for those links. I have also all found some good ones at a website called synergis which I am going through at the moment 2.

Message 9 of Message 10 of Doug Good evening Doug Thanks for that story. I can bring it down to 10 to 15 minutes using inventor linked to a spreadsheet, which I already know how to do, and have done before, and illogic which I am now teaching myself. I have been on this and similar previous ones like the old autocad guild for over 20 years now, and when I left the crumbling Zimbabwe in to come to South Africa, actually got my job here through someone on that forum.

Regards Mike Impossible only means you haven’t found the solution yet. Post Reply. Share this discussion:. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Ask the community or share your knowledge.