Welcome to knac solutions home on the web. We provide a range of design / drafting / data management solutions for engineering firms, using Autodesk products. We have significant experience using Autocad Inventor, Autocad, and Vault and we stay up to the minute with new releases to offer increased efficiency where we can. We pride ourselves in being easy to deal with, in person, and as e-commuters. The majority of projects we have been involved in have been in the field of machine design. Our fields of engineering experience include; Aerospace, Defense, materials handling in the mining and food industries, among others. We have a suite of software products from Autodesk including Autocad Inventor Suite 2011, Autocad 2011, and Vault.

Some examples of the types of project we have been involved with:

  • Design / Data-management standard and engineering data template creation for small-medium sized engineering firm utilising smart parameter usage and partial drawing automation.
  • Design / manufacturing drawings for prototype disabled access equipment followed by R&D plan for endurance testing.
  • Design Drafting & Manufacturing drawings for industry leader in primary-sector materials handling equipment manufacture.
  • Design collaboration with major aircraft manufacturer on instrument panel support structure upgrade.
  • Design of data-management / revision control / change order system and processes for small-medium engineering firm

As an aside, in the interests of supporting our customers and other users of Autodesk manufacturing products, we will endeavour to provide as many useful Inventor and Vault tips and tricks, useful code snippets for macros and iLogic, content parts, and other useful information as possible through our blog. If you are stuck with an Inventor or Vault problem, feel free to post it up here and we will try to help.

If you have the requirements for any of these types of service, please contact us.

If you’re wondering how we got our name, this video will explain all. we just dropped the “k” on the end of knack.

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