KWiKTools

KWiKTools

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Description

A collection of tools for Drawing and assembly files.

 

KWiKToggleLocked MultiSelect Design Views and toggle Locked or Unlocked.

 

KWiK Std CenterMark Angles add a center mark with the 4 quadrants marked 0, 90, 180, 270.

 

KWiK Add Std CenterMark Angles same as above, but adds quadrants to existing center mark.

 

KWiK Add CenterLine Angle adds a marker at one end of a centerline showing the angle in degrees.

 

KWiK Opposite End moves the above marker to the opposite end of the centerline and adjusts the angle value.

 

KWiKTools Settings allows you to adjust various things with KWiKTools.

 

KWiK Constraint Suppress, suppresses all constraints on selected component.

 

KWiK Constraint Un-Suppress, unsuppresses all constraints on selected component.

 

KWiK Design View MultiCopy brings up a dialog allowing you to make multiple copies of a selected Design view.

 

KWiK Find Balloon brings up treeview listing of all balloons on a drawing sheet. Allows you to find the balloon on the sheet, show all locations of a particular BOM item, and quickly see if balloon values are overridden.

 

KWiK New Sketch Select an existing part sketch and make a new sketch on the same geometry.

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About This Version

Version 1.0.2.1, 3/28/2019
Autodesk® Inventor® 2019 compatible Autodesk® Inventor® 2018 compatible Autodesk® Inventor® 2017 compatible Autodesk® Inventor® 2016 compatible Autodesk® Inventor® 2015 compatible Fixed multi design view copy to use current value instead of last value

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  • A Must for Tank and Vessel Drawings
    Andrew Roth | January 16, 2019 Verified Download (What's this?)

    The best tool for marking nozzle orientations.


  • Breat Concept
    Joel Cox | March 10, 2014 Verified Download (What's this?)

    awesome concept and would save a lot of time,.. however the 0-90 and 180-270 degree quadrants get mixed up and it will mark a 45 deg. angle as 225 deg. & vice versa.


    Kent Keller (Publisher) | March 11, 2014

    Just wanted to let you know, that when it does the inverse of what you want, then right click on the text and choose KWiKOppositeEnd. That should put the value to the other end of the axis and correct the value. Also for the standard 0-90-180-270, I have never had them get mixed up by just using KWiKStandardCentermark. If you continue to have trouble, feel free to contact me, and I will walk you through it.


    Joel Cox | March 11, 2014

    is there a way to make it update when changing the orientation of a part?


    Kent Keller (Publisher) | March 11, 2014

    Sorry, Joel, That didn't make it into the program, and although it could change, I don't currently have any plans on adding it.


    Joel Cox | August 23, 2014

    Hmmmm. Seems like an easy way to make the product better and increase sales. Kinda puts you back to manually entering text on centerlines, doesn't it? Let's say you do a drawing... Set all your orientations using Kwik angle then there is a change in design that moves a some of your locations by 5 deg (not really noticeable). Now you have to go through, Check everyone with a angle dimension or just delete them all and re do it. But yeah. I agree. You shouldn't plan on making it a usable tool... As long as you're getting by with what ya have why change, right?

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