AutoCAD Inventor :: Make IPart / IFeature Of Beam End Shown In Snapshot

Feb 26, 2012

Is it possible to make an i part or i feature of the beam end shown in snapshot (every thing except back to back channels) i.e., couples of holes at certain distance attached with some plates etc, so that it can be populated to identical locations.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Make Dimension Shown Black Instead Of Pink

Jan 11, 2013

How do I make the dimension shown black instead of pink? I had to suppress the fillet from the drawing in order to grab the edge to get the true dimension then when i unsuppressed the fillet the dimensions turned pink. I also used a section view but that did not fix my problem either.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Make Derived Part Into IPart Without Creating More Parts?

Feb 8, 2013

I have a part that was derived from an assembly.  However now I need to make this part have different center dimensions.  Is there a way to make a derived part into an iPart without creating more parts? see attachment.

I am using Inventor 2012.  BTW the part is more detailed than I am showing in the attachment.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Make 5/8" Sheet Metal Piece With Surfaces Shown?

Feb 21, 2012

I am using IV 2010.  I am trying to make a 5/8" sheet metal piece with the surfaces shown. I have tried to thicken the surfaces but do not get the results I am looking for. After the surfaces are thickened I need them to be able to lay flat with flat pattern command. 

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Photoshop :: How To Make Composite Snapshot In CS5

Jul 23, 2013

How do I do a composite snapshot using Photoshop CS5.  I know it can be done using CS6, but am not having any luck using Control + shift + alt + E?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Get Snapshot Of IPT File Inside It?

Oct 15, 2012

I'm developing a VB.NET framework 4.0 that must works with Inventor 2013 and Vault.

My *BIG* problem is to obtain a simply image (bmp, jpeg, whatever you want) of the ActiveDocument in Inventor when the user add the file inside Vault (VaultCheckinTop) - my goal is to create a detail technical pdf report and store it in our database.

I'm able to create ALL (get iProperties, etc) but i cannot take a snapshot of the ActiveDocument.

I've tried both Apprentice way and ClientView way registering the old-know "InventorThumbnailViewLib", without success.

I cannot (and i don't want!!) use the VisualBasic.Compatibility method because it's ultra-deprecated, and i cannot use too the VBA scripting because my application it's create in VB.NET.

replicate in "silent mode" at runtime the "Export to Immage" command of Inventor.I have read all similar post found on the net, without success


My scenario is: VS2K10 - Framework 4.0 - Windows 7 @ 64bit - Inventor 2K13 @ 64bit with Update 2 - last DeveloperTool @ 64bit

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Paint.NET :: How To Make A Tractor Beam Effect

May 8, 2011

I've been using for a whole now to crop and make clear backgrounds on images and layer them with others. As of late I've decided to take on a more ambitious project: to make an animated gif of a starship using a tractor beam to drag an object into the center of a picture and then leave. I am in the process of searching the forums as how to make an animated gif, and I would like to know how to create a sort of tractor beam effect. It doesn't have to be realistic (as the images I'm using are slightly cartoonish), but enough to look like a blue beam of light is shining (but gradually getting weaker) onto an object.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: How To Put IFeature On Workplane

Aug 12, 2013

I want to put my iFeature on my workplane,but i can't.However, if I change my PlaneInput = oFace , it can work perfectly.My program is below:

Private WithEvents oInteraction As InteractionEvents
Private WithEvents oselect As SelectEvents
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
    Set oInteraction = ThisApplication.CommandManager.CreateInteractionEvents
    Set oselect = oInteraction.SelectEvents


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AutoCAD Inventor :: IFeature Drop Down - Add New Value

Oct 14, 2012

Is it possible to add new value to the drop down list in the sheet metal punch feature sizing dialog boss.

I see there are 3 sizes bu default.. i need to add new values.

Inventor Professional 2013
Vault Collaboration 2013

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AutoCAD Inventor :: IFeature Add As A New Solid?

Oct 3, 2011

I have an ifeature (find in an attachement).

My question is: it possible to insert ifeature and get end result as new solid added to a part file

As of now when I add ifeature it merges with the previous solid. I think I am missing something

Config :: Intel (R) Xeon (R) CPU E31245 @ 3.30 GHz, 16.0 GB, 64bit win7
Inventor 2013 and Vault Basic 2013

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Photoshop :: How To Make Tapered Brush For Light Beam

Aug 3, 2012

I know there are many ways to create light beams or God beams.There are several tutorials and net has many brushes.I just want to make a simple tapered brush in Photoshop CS6 so that If I click at a source like window then shift click at another place I get a 'tapered' beam, smaller at origin and flaring to larger size, like a flashlight beam

it should be easy with shape dynamics and all, but I am not able to figure this out.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Use IFeature For Creating New Body

Jan 9, 2014

Is there  away to use an IFeature creating a new body?

 I mean, modeling a part as multibody, i would like to insert a feature with an iFeature, but i would like too that that new feature will be a new body.

I have tried in many ways.. including inserting in the ifeature a Split Feature..but with no sucess.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: How To Include Axis In IFeature

Nov 3, 2005

The Axis is part of the iFeature, yet when I place it there is nothing available.

The objective for this is to automatically include an axis to mate to with the iFeature. The axis runs through a centerpoint on the iFeature.

I have a feeling the answer is I can't but I am hoping it is operator error.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Solid Body For IFeature

Jun 1, 2013

Is possible create new Body (SolidBody) for iFeature? In VBA or .NET.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: How To Obtain X And Y Location Of IFeature

Dec 3, 2012

Is there any way to obtain the X and Y location of an iFeature that is placed on a center point?  I cannot find a way to relate the iFeature to the point or vice versa with VBA.  Holes are easy to relate but I am stuck on relating iFeatures.

My goal is to obtain the X and Y location of several iFeatures placed a piece of steel channel.

Inventor Professional 2014 64 Bit
Windows 7 Professional
NVIDIA Quadro FX 4600
Dual Intel Xeon E5540 CPUs
16GB DDR3 Ram

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AutoCAD Inventor :: IFeature Folder Paths

Jan 21, 2013

I'm a single user at a small company tooling company.  I've created a handful of useful iFeatures that I've saved just in the default path:  C:UsersPublicDocumentsAutodeskInventor 2013Catalog

However, we're in discussions now about hiring another designer, so as I do new projects, I've been trying to do things cleaner and making sure that the method to my madness is obvious.  So I'm considering moving the contents of this folder to a network drive, and also one that's independent of Inventor upgrades (version # in the folder path). 

My question is this:  In the application settings, there are (3) different path settings on the iFeatures tab.  How are these different? 

When I've developed iFeatures I've usually had them initially in the Workspace directory for the current project.  Once completed and tested, I would put them in the default folder.  When I go to insert one later, the "Insert iFeature" dialog box doesn't take me to this path and I have to look it up all the time.  It just takes me back to wherever I inserted the last one from.  So what does this path in the settings box actually do for me?

If there's no "shortcut" to point to the iFeature root folder quickly, why do I care where I put them?  Couln't I create a network folder such as "Z:CADifeatures" for these and add it as a Library to my projects and save myself time?  I'd also not have to change the settings and/or make copies when we upgrade to IV2014.

Would there be a downside to doing this?  It almost seems too easy and like there's room for product improvement here.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Specifying Insertion Point For Ifeature?

Aug 17, 2012

I have created a set of standard panel cutouts for connectors as ifeatures.

they work good however i created them all from one file and they were in various locations in the original file.

when i insert the objects i am unable to place them by their centers and have to re-position afterward.

Is there a way to edit the ifeature and modify the location of the insertion point?

Windows 7 64 bit
Inventor 2012 Professional
Dell T1600 CPU E31245 @ 3.30GHz

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Unable To Rotate IFeature

Oct 11, 2011

This is my i Feature inserted. When I try to insert it and rotate it, the slot and nubs do not rotate. Also, if I try to mirror it over the plane, the slot and nubs do not mirror. It always stays the same direction. I am on Inventor 2011.  Also, If I try to rotate it 90 deg, Inventor crashes.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: How To Obtain Louvre IFeature

Nov 16, 2012

I'm trying to obtain a louvre iFeature for Inventor 2010. the ifeature on the c-bliss website no longer seems to be available... it redirects to or something.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: IFeature With Multiple References - Placement

Jan 21, 2013

Im just starting to look at I features to design, but even though my sketch is fully constrained when I place the iFeature with multiple references i can still move it using the arrows. How i could place them more accurately.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Place IFeature With Point And Plane

Mar 13, 2012

In the programming I found an example to place an ifeature on a face.I've modified it to place it on a face without selectset but with features. faces. item(1)

how to place it on that face with a vertex from that face or a workpoint that lies on that face.I've tried to adapt other code on this forum but can't find it.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: IFeature Fails When Making Table?

Aug 23, 2012

I'm trying to make an Ifeature of SAE ports and I can make the Ifeature just fine but when I try making a table for the different size it fails.

I attached the base part I extracted the Ifeature. The two sizes I edited in the table SAE #2 and #6 both fail while the original size SAE #8 (and all the other unedited sizes) work.

the forum doesn't seem to like .ide files which is the ifeature file

Update: Well it seems changing the thread size fixes the part about the ifeature not working properly. However if I try moving the ifeature it fails. I'm guessing some geometry isn't "following" the base feature.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Failing To Extract Sketch As IFeature?

Mar 7, 2012

I created the attached parametrized CF Flange iPart (one can change size, bored/blank, tapped/through, fixed/rotatable). I wanted to extract the cross-section sketches as iFeatures, so that I can reuse it also as sketches. I can extract the "Cross Section (Fixed)" sketch as an iFeature, but not "Cross Section (Rotatable)". I created this iPart file about half a year ago, and as far as I remember I created these two sketches in exactly the same way.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Possible To Create Troquel Punch As IFeature

Mar 14, 2012

I want to know if is possible to create a troquel punch as iFeature for just bend, not cut o drilled, for example, to create a squared punch  for to make a bending in a sheet metal,

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Creating Multiple Plane Ifeature

Nov 17, 2011

I'm new to Inventor, less than a month of experience learning by myself. I want to create an ifeature that uses sketches from 2 different planes. I found out how to place a simple ifeature but i'm having difficulty with the multiple plane references. I can select the 2 planes when inserting and tried using the "activate sketch for placement", but I can only reference the first feature, the second one isn't available at that point, therefore does not appear after completion.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Inserting IFeature Is Suddenly Failing

Oct 31, 2011

Just when I thought I was getting somewhere I come to a complete standstill. I'm attempting to insert an iFeature, louver to be exact. I inserted the one from cbliss easily and was able to edit the width, length, thickness etc. but had trouble trying to change angles. I later tried inserting one someone emailed me, so I removed the other one and now I can't insert new one and I can't even go back to insert cbliss one. Not sure what changed or what I messed up. I'm new to IV and not overly experienced in AutoCAD period.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Create New Body With IFeature For Reverse Nesting

Dec 18, 2012

I am trying to create multiple bodies within a part file using multiple ifeatures. It seems that it is not possible to force the ifeature to create a new body when it is inserted. If it is inserted into a part that has multiple bodies present.

I call it "Reverse Nesting". We have a sheet of a certain size (18" x 32" in this case). I need to completely cover a much larger (and oddly shapped) panel with these sheets. I want to cnc cut these sheets into the correct shape and be able to assemble them together on the larger panel.

Create an ifeature that creates a sheet of the correct size. In a part file with a sketch (or surface) of the panel we need to cover, we can insert the ifeature and constrain its sketch to the original sketch. My hope was that I would be able to do this multiple times (each as its own body),orient them as req'd to cover the panel, and the use the original panel sketch to do an interference extrude through all the bodies. I could then use Make Componets to create an assembly of all of the parts, and generate flat profiles for each piece for CNC cutting. This doesn't work because I can't geerate multiple bodies with multiple iFeatures in the same file.Create a template part that is teh size of the sheet and constrain them together on the panel I want to cover. Use assembly features to cut way what I do not need. This does not work because there are performance and associativity issues with assembly features and no way to push the cuts back to the parts for CNC profiles.

Similar to #2 except derive the panel we need to cover into our part and use split to remove what we do not want from our sheet. This does not work because it is not easy to move a derive around within a part and link it to the other sheets that are adjacent to it.Create a template that contains parameters that contain the sizes of the sheet. Manually create sketchs and constrain them to each other on the derived (as a surface) panel, extrude each one as a separate body and then  run Make components. This will work, but it is very time consuming.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: IFeature Punch Tool Name When Feature Name Has Changed

Mar 19, 2013

My company is trying to put some automation together to pull design attributes of parts and assemblies to drive routing creation in the shop. 

The issue that we have run into is that for certain ifeatures, we need to gain access to the name (or punch ID) of an ifeature (primarily punch tools).  Pulling the name of the feature that the tool created is relatively easy, but because you are able to change the name of the feature as it appears in the model browser, it isn't the most reliable way to get that information.

We are looking for a way to figure out what the name of the ifeature used to create the feature without referencing the resulting feature's name in the model tree.

I've included an example, and I'm looking for the name of the tool which should be "Ob_750X562".

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Deleting IFeature Leaves Reference Parameters?

Jan 11, 2012

When a table driven i-feature is placed in a part the parameters are reference. I believe that is how it has always been.Although, to my recollection in versions previous to 2010 when an i-feature was deleted the sketch was maintained and the parameters then became model parameters.

To test this I created a table driven i-feature from scratch to make sure it was not a migration issue.

I have include a screen shot of the deleted i-feature and the result of the parameters is shown. Verify that prior to 2010 the parameters became model parameters or did they stay reference?

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Extruded Hole IFeature For Sheet Metal

May 5, 2006

Extruded hole iFeature for sheet metal (see image attached)? I found one but it's in German & I can't get it to work. I tried making one but not I'm apparently experienced enough to get past learning curve yet for iFeatures like this.

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AutoCAD Inventor :: Place Simple IFeature - Offset From Reference Geometry

Feb 8, 2013

I am trying to place a simple Ifeature, its basically an offset from reference geometry but when I place the ifeature it offsets the feature the wrong side of the line.

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