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Sheet Metal – Corner Relief Options

Posted on March 4th by Dave Breiner, Synergis Manufacturing Solutions Engineer What can you expect from a sheet metal bend corner? How will it look and how can you adjust them? Today I will give you some examples of bend corners and how they appear in the flat pattern and the folded model. I will begin by addressing how to

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Housekeeping Chore for Inventor Drawings

Posted on December 5, 2014 by Mark Lancaster, Synergis Product Support Specialist When it comes to opening Inventor drawings, I always like to see my drawings on sheet 1, at full extents (zoom all) and the browser tree fully collapsed (basically it’s neat and tidy). However, I didn’t always remember to do these things prior to saving my drawing. A

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Non-Native File Types Available with Autodesk Inventor 2013

Posted April 9, 2013 by Robert Reid, Synergis Manufacturing Solutions Engineer: Q:  What is a non-native Inventor file? A:  Any file that is created outside the Inventor Software. Q: What are some of the most common file types? A: Let’s look at the 3 most common and then I will list out the files Inventor can open. IGES Files: .ige,

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