Originally Published 5/16/2013


I’m pretty new to this whole blogging thing so be gentle with me.  This is going to be nothing more or less than a collection of useful (useless?) information that I’ve picked up over the last several years of working with Autodesk® Vault Professional® and Inventor Professional® software.  Tips, tricks and workarounds.  These might be things I’ve figured out on my own through trial and error, or they may be taken from the Autodesk® discussion forums, where I’ve been known to hang out from time to time (translate: I’m usually logged in all day long!)

I hope some of this is helpful to you, and I’m more than open to being gently chided, corrected or led in a new direction.  This is stuff that I’ve figured out… doesn’t mean that it is necessarily the right way or the only way to do something.  So.. no guarantees on anything you read here, no warranties… no nothing.  😀


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CAD Department Supervisor at Powell Fabrication & Manufacturing, Inc. CAD Designer & Detailer specializing in Inventor Tube & Pipe, Frame Generator, Content Center, Vault Professional. Autodesk Expert Elite member. Blogger. AU 2014 Speaker. Husband and father.

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