I'll admit it. I was skeptical. Why would I mess with an LT version of Inventor? I never even used AutoCAD LT too much unless I had to. So a couple of weeks ago I was voluntold to create a video series featuring the AutoCAD Inventor LT Suite. And as I got to using it, I couldn't believe what we put into an LT product suite. Inventor Studio, AEC Exchange, Configurations, Native Translators...and the list goes on.
Again, initially I thought that there was now way I'd fill a 5 min demo of LT, let alone a multi-part video series. So what did I find out on this little journey? The AutoCAD Inventor LT Suite can dramatically improve your 2D drafting productivity, allow you to create drawing views in native DWG of part files from SolidWorks, Catia, Alias, JT, Pro/E, UGS NX, SAT, STEP and more.
Here is the playlist link http://tinyurl.com/ygkqpv9 The first video talks about taking an old 2D DWG, updating the design in 3D, then producing a new 2D DWG from the model. Have a look.
I'm interested in hearing from you guys on how you would use the AutoCAD Inventor LT Suite in your current workflow.