AutoCAD Inventor :: How To Stop The Code In Middle Of Process
Oct 21, 2013
I am using ilogic to modify the boxes:
I have a one rectangular box in that box again small rectangular boxes in this my problem is when iam giving value for smaller boxes(all boxes height) more than outer box how it will show the message box and how to stop the code.
d1=big box height
d2,d3,d4---small boxes height
I am writing code like this:
Msg.box(give correct value)
here it's showing the message and it,s not stoping the program.
I have problem with rendering. I record Videos on my Panasonic SDT750 and they are in AVCHD format. I usually use two options Render video "same as first clip" (whilst all videos are the same) or upload to you tube in 16:9 format. When I start to render, the process starts and just stop sometimes at 2% sometimes at 4% and dosen't show any error message. It worked previously with no problem.
I tried to restart the software, nothing.. I tried to re-install, nothing.. This problem seems to occure after latest update. My desktop spec. should be ok, like I said it worked fine before.
I run Win7 Professional 64bit, processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500 CPU @ 3.30GHz, 3601 Mhz, 4 Core(s), RAM: 16GB and graphics card: GeForce GTX 570 from NVIDIA.
I didn't make no changes in settings, everything is as it was first time installed.
I have a part which is lets say 10ft long. Now I need to modify that to be 9.5ft. Is there a simple way to remove that .5ft from the center of the part?
I just need a way to cut out a .5ft section in the middle and then put the two remaining pieces back together. Doing this would be much easier than editing the sketches for the part, especially since I may have to change the amount that is cut out and that would change the number of holes and features.
Attached is a picture of the parts i have to edit and some lines to show the section that needs to get removed.
I've been researching this all day and I can't find anything that works for me. Is there a way to change the middle mouse button from "Pan" to "Rotate" my model? Currently, I hold "Shift" while holding down the middle mouse button and that rotates my model. Can I incorporate that into my middle mouse button somehow without having to buy a 3D Connexion mouse?
So recently I started making something in Inventor, and like most programs you can press the middle mouse button and it will pan or orbit. Well I'm pretty sure that in the past if I pressed the middle mpuse button it would pan or orbit. But now it is zooming all for the model, and only when it is zoomed to the whole model does it let me pan or rotate. If I were to zoom in on a line for example and wanted to pan to the right, it zooms me out to the whole model, and then I can pan. I have tried multiple mouse buttona all combinations of shift ctrl and alt and middle mosue, but nothing is working. How can I make it so it does not zoom all when clicking the middle mouse?
what I would like to know is the 'simple' way to create a keyway on a shaft in the middle that does not connect to the ends. End connecting keys are pretty basic to draw and extrude thru (maybe still a better way?)
I have defer updates set to on yet every time I drag a part in an assembly inventor rebuilds everything, even though the part being moved has no adaptivity, no mates and no derived parts. It's rebuilding over 300 unrelated and unaffected parts every time.
I just want to drag parts around for concept layout and lying so I don't want mates just yet. How can I make it stop?
I'm trying to create a two sheet drawing showing the different states of manufacturing for a fabrication that is further machined. The first sheet would be the fabrication and the second sheet would show the final machining. Due to the complexity of the part, cramming everything onto one drawing is not a very good option. I was hoping to use Views or LOD but that won't work. Am I missing something? The part is not suitable for using the weldments option either.
I am using 2013 and my construction surfaces keep displaying in my drawing views. They are hidden at part and assembly level and include surfaces is greyed out but they show as visible in the feature tree in the idw, and in the views.
Is there a setting somewhere to stop this. This is from IDW. They should not be visible.
how to stop Inventor from creating splines of in IDW where the geometry is in fact a true arc or circle?
This is absolutely ridiculous and maddening!
If it is a freaking arc or a radius, then make it a freaking arc or a radius instead of a spline!!!
If not, then give AutoCAD a tool to convert a spline into a true arc!!!
Come on Autodesk! Not everyone is using your product for design, some of us are doing so to actually make the damm parts that are drawn in Inventor! A spline that supposed to be an arc is wicked difficult - if not impossible - to send to a waterjet, laser or EDM to cut properly!!!
I included a VB code in our drawing template, but then I get the "Warning: You have a non-empty VBA project.." message. If I copy the code into iLogic, I just get an error message. Why it runs fine as a separate macro, but doesn´t work in Inventor, or how I can include the code into the template? URL....
I have a function programmed in vb.net that controls the opacity of parts in the active view. If the user is selecting objects and then starting the program the "non-Selected" Parts are disapearing step by step.
That's looking very interesting, but doesn't supports the user . Is it possible to freeze the active view of inventor and refresh it, when the job is done? So the user will only see the result of the process and not the working process.
I've written a piece of code in C++ to open a part in Inventor and get parameter data from the part from out-of-process. This code works, but occasionally (i.e. randomly) execution of the code will result in an error message being returned from Inventor which indicates a crash of the program. I cannot figure out why, and because the problem occurs randomly I've had difficultly isolating the problem. Here is my code. The error suggests that I might be releasing memory that I don't own or something like that, but since it happens intermittently it is hard to know.
int error;CComBSTR bsPartName;CLSID clsid;FILE *out;HRESULT hres = NOERROR;TCHAR szFileName;/* Global Autodesk Inventor pointers */CComPtr<Application> aiApp;CComPtr<Document> aiDoc;/* Get Inventor program ID