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Authoring & Publishing Third Party Stuff

Hello! In my day to day work, I often receive cad data from suppliers for purchased parts that I need to put into my piping designs.  Valves, special fittings, instruments etc.  These can come from a variety of sources, such

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Happy October – 6 weeks to AU 2016

Only 6 more weeks (roughly) until Autodesk University 2016.  If you haven’t already registered, you should consider it.  This is three days of learning, networking and general fun.  Held again this year at the Venetian Casino and Resort in Las

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Inventor Tube & Pipe Fixes

I’ve made no secret over the past year or so that I think Inventor Tube & Pipe needs a major overhaul.  If you are not already familiar with it, the Autodesk Community has forums called the Idea Stations.  In the

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Inventor Tube & Pipe Styles – A Walkthrough

Originally Published 5/14/2014 Hello all.  As usual it’s been a while between posts.  This has been the busiest year that I can recall at this company I work for.  This is a good thing, but it takes me away from

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Quick tip for placing Pipe Fittings

Originally Published 10/31/2013 Hey there.  Been a very busy couple of weeks, some big projects rolling in.  I haven’t had time for much other than drafting.  But, since I had a small break in the action this morning while waiting

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