June 6, 2019

It’s time to vote on the classes that YOU want to see held at Autodesk University (AU) this year!  The Application Consultants at Synergis have submitted some great course topics to present at AU.  If you want to see any of these classes, do us a favor and go vote!
Here is the Autodesk site where you can view all the proposed courses and vote for the courses submitted by our team: AU Course Voting
Courses submitted by Mark Lancaster:

  • Class ID = MFG317090 – 
    “Getting the Most Out of Your Inventor Templates”
  • Class ID = MFG317089 –
    “How to Successfully Copy Inventor Models without Vault”
  • Class ID = MFG317762 –
    “Inventor Library vs. Content Center – Who Has the Power to Go the Distance?”
  • Class ID = MGF319346 –
    “The ABC’s of your Autodesk Accounts”
  • Class ID = MFG320138 –
    “Why It’s Important to Have an Organized Structure for Autodesk Inventor & Vault”
  • Class ID = MFG320216 –
    “Autodesk Vault Tips & Tricks”

Courses submitted by Todd Schmoock:

  • Class ID = MFG322137 –
    “The Ins and Outs of Annotating Utility Wire Diagram Drawings in ACAD Electrical”
  • Class ID = MFG322153 –
    “Creating Wire Diagram & Front View Footprint Blocks in ACAD Electrical”
  • Class ID = MFG322167-R –
    “AutoCAD Electrical Utilities Industries Round Table Discussion
  • Class ID = MFG322172 –
    “Linking Symbols to Wire Diagram & Front View Footprints in ACAD Electrical”
  • Class ID = MFG322088-R –
    “ACAD Electrical Workflows and Procedures Round Table Discussion”
  • CLASS ID = MFG322114 –
    “How Workflows and Procedures can Save Hours of Time in ACAD Electrical”
  • CLASS ID = MFG321678-R –
    “ACAD Electrical What’s Working and What’s Not Round Table Discussion
  • CLASS ID = MFG321696 –
    “Swapping & Mapping ACAD Drawings to ACAD Electrical & Conversion Tips”

Courses submitted by Jim Swain:

  • CLASS ID = IM321703 –
    “Analysis Tools in Inventor 2020 – What Do You Have and Which to Choose”

Courses submitted by David Taylor:

  • CLASS ID = SD320111 –
    “Learn to be an iOS Dev in 60 Minutes or Less”

Thank you and we hope to see many of you at AU!