Wow, it has been a while since I’ve blogged.
It was a lot of fun, and a big lesson in how much skill goes into making a truly high quality weld.
I blew quite a few holes in aluminum trying to get there!
|My best TIG/GTAW weld.
You should see how I started!
(No you shouldn’t!)
If you spend much of your time building parts in the computer, I’d encourage you to step into the shop and learns what it takes to make computer models reality.
|As designers, we should all spend some time in a place like this!|
You won’t regret it!
|I’ve been reflecting, and not the same reflecting
you see in my welding lens.
But in that time, I’ve come to realize that I’ve been neglecting InventorTales.
My energy has been devoted to work, and school, which means my time with Fusion 360, Inventor, and Vault has suffered.
My postings with Inventor have ground to a halt, mostly because most of the work I do with Inventor must remain behind the “Walls of Proprietary Design”, and I’m not able to share my lessons as easily.
That has caused me to rethink the direction of InventorTales….
And I’ve concluded it’s time to step back from it a bit.
This isn’t the “Farewell” post. I’m not shutting the blog down, I’ll continue to maintain it for the foreseeable future. I’ve been fortunate enough to provide information that’s been helpful to the community. I hope it continues to help in the future.
It’s been a great run for the last few years, and while I’m not going away, I’m going to admit it’s time to take a “mental sabbatical”
I intend to continue to post occasionally, and share some of the new lessons I’ve learned.
Thanks for a great few years, and I’ll be seeing you out in the ‘Verse as I discover what new form the blog should take!