Inventor Tolerance Analysis 2020.1 update and new Inventor Tolerance Analysis Forum
Since the release of Inventor Tolerance Analysis on November 2019, we’ve gathered user feedback and added some key functionalities that reduce workarounds and make the tool easier to use.
Prior to the 2020.1 updates, automatic loop detection failed for any assemblies that used the insert constraint, offset, or subassembly. Users had to define the stack up manually, increasing the time to get results. The 2020.1 update solves this issue. Now, automatic loop detection works for any stack up with these relationships or subassemblies.
We’re very happy to announce the launch of the new Inventor Tolerance Analysis Forum:
This forum is the central hub for all things Inventor Tolerance Analysis for users of all levels. Ask us questions of all types (i.e. learning, interpreting results, something not working, etc.). We’re excited to jump in and help!
Chris Hall has been with Autodesk, Inc for 14 years. In his tenure, he has worked in consulting, technical marketing, education, and product management. He has industry experience in product design, machine design and automotive.