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Mr T

I have cut this out of the FAQ so specifically help/tutorial sites are listed below.

Please post any others and I will edit the post and please post any errors or broken links.

I have not used all the sites but mainly used the following -

 

 

Sean Dotson's MCAD Discussion Forums

http://www.mcadforums.com

 

Charles Bliss' iParts and iCode Repository

http://www.cbliss.com/inventor

 

Kent Keller's iParts and Code Site

http://www.kwikmcad.com/

 

Inventor Topic

http://www.inventortopix.com/

 

Mark Flayler

http://blogs.rand.com/manufacturing/

 

 

 

 

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Inventor Related Websites and Resources

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Official Autodesk Inventor Product Information Page (linkes to other pages)

http://www.autodesk.com/inventor

 

Autodesk Inventor Updates listing

http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/inventor-products

 

LeaCar LLC (Inventor Tools & Tutorials)

http://www.leacar.com/default.shtml

 

Dennis Jeffrey's Tutorials, and Free Courseware

http://www.design-excellence.com

 

Peer Hoffman's Worldcup Site

http://www.design-excellence.com/worldcup

 

Autodesk Inventor Graphic Card & Driver Info

http://www.inventor-certified.com/graphics/

 

Autodesk's Knowledge Base

http://support.autodesk.com/enu/Homepage.asp

 

Autodesk Inventor Developer Web Page

http://www.autodesk.com/developinventor

 

AUGI (autodesk Users Group International) Guilds

email lists for Inventor (and other product) support

http://www.augi.com/

 

AUGI Inventor Forum

http://forums.augi.com/forumdisplay.php?f=79

 

Autodesk Main Feedback Page

www.autodesk.com/feedback

 

Autodesk Product Feedback Page

www.autodesk.com/feedback-products

 

Autodesk Vault Page

www.autodesk.com/vault

 

Autodesk Product Stream Page

www.autodesk.com/productstream

 

Autodesk Design Review page

http://usa.autodesk.com/design-review/

 

 

 

 

Various Yahoo Inventor Groups

 

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Inventor_Parts

 

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/inventorapi

 

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/InventorJobsCanada

 

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/InventorJobsUSA

 

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/InventorJobsOntarioCanada

 

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/autodeskinventors

 

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/inventorusers

 

http://www.b2-design.biz/tuts.html

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Orbit

I doubt you have used them since you give the impression to be stuck on F1. Again I ´v got your point. Stay calm. No one is taking your plate. You have a lot more spare time in your hands to play, copy-paste, etc than I.

The below tutorial on sheet metal is not going to be found anywhere and sometime ago…well on one big “hit” of a site 20 people told me that is impossible to flatten it in IV. Only 1 guy said he knows is possible but forgot how to do it.

Between you and I: my message to you (the one delete it) still stands.

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Ritch7

Brilliant, good resources

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uuvbbz

Good.....Good..

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Minty

You could add ............... contains some components to aid case modding etc.

 

Dead Link - Lazer (Moderator)

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Faouweb

thank you

great resources

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CharmPeddler

wow, this is just perfect, i'm new to inventor and I'm sure i will be using this list ALOT.

 

thanks a TON!

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jdits7

I just started my blog a couple of months ago. I am working on alot of different tip & tricks, but for right now I have just been reporting on news for Autodesk Inventor. I have also added links to the What's New docs for the last five years. Check it out. Thanks.

 

http://inventortopix.blogspot.com

 

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Morafin

Excellent resource for manufactures parts, Available in many formats.

Being in the woodworking industry, its the only place I found a decent collection of wood screws, unfortunatly their all metric (European) but its easy to find a converter online.

However there are thousands of parts.

 

http://www.tracepartsonline.net/%28S%28viuf5zae5irkmgjudcyf5emt%29%29/global/index.aspx

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