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  • Water Moccasin
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Adesk Inventor forums?
« on: May 19, 2017, 10:13:09 am »
So if I end up using Inventor again, where's the current cool place to go for searching existing/solved problems, issues, finding peer support, and all that?  Are the autodesk forums the 'best' place to go and search, or is there another indexed/searchable 'knowledge base' forum for this type of thing?

I've been mostly in Solidworks and Siemens NX for the past several years and want to catch up on all the coolness of Autodesk Inventor for... reasons.  I love (and find it humorous) how pervasive Autodesk has become in social media.  They even have video clips on Instagram  :-D and as usual, there are gobs of Youtube vids, blogs, and such sources or demos, tutorials, etc.

I just thought if I had one go-to source for 90+% of solution-sourcing, I might make it easy on myself.

ETA:  I also seem to think that they've been really improving their mechanical development side, since they've broken into manufacturing with a VERY strong start (Fusion 360 for example) and have what seems like a pretty smart staff of mechanical/tooling designers and machinists in various software dev roles.  That makes me hopeful that I'd like working with Autodesk products again.  :-D


  • Seagull
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Re: Adesk Inventor forums?
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2017, 04:12:15 pm »
Judging by the overwhelming response you've received here, I'd say the "cool place" is the ADSK forums. Don't seem to be too many Inventor/Fusion-y people 'round these parts.
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  • Newt
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Re: Adesk Inventor forums?
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2017, 10:33:06 am »
You can find the Inventor forum here: Support turn around is very quick.