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Hagerman Blog

Sharing Parameters in Inventor

Posted by Bonn Rhee on Mar 25, 2020 1:23:23 PM

Have you ever had to design an assembly where there was a common dimension(s) in all of your parts?  Maybe a diameter, hole to hole spacing or clearance around a part is used in more than one part.  If it’s early in the design phase, you may not know what this dimension will be, so you have to start with an educated guess.  If your educated guess was incorrect, you will have to open each file and edit each part with this new updated dimension.  In this blog article, I will show you a quicker, more efficient way to do this by exporting and importing parameters.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Inventor

Working from Home and Connecting to Corporate Data

Posted by Keith Doran on Mar 20, 2020 12:40:08 PM


This document is meant to detail the different potential methods for connecting to corporate data outside the local area network (LAN). While several different methods are discussed, it is ultimately up to each company’s infrastructure, network security, and software that is installed to determine which methodology is best for overall success.

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COVID-19: How to Telecommute and Weather the Storm

Posted by John Boline on Mar 20, 2020 6:45:19 AM

More people than ever are working from home… or trying to. Some thoughts on telecommuting, what experts suggest and how to adjust your expectations when working from home in the time of COVID-19.

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Topics: Technical Perspective