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December 29, 2021
Watch (or re-watch!) the most-viewed Synergis EDS YouTube videos of 2021.
In 2021, our followers and subscribers watched our videos 250,000 times, logging close to 15,000 hours of watched content! Thank you for the success you’ve brought to our YouTube channel! We hope that our content’s been valuable in helping you get the most out of your software and workflows, and we can’t wait to share the exciting new content we have in store for 2022!
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#5- Autodesk Fusion 360 for Inventor Users
You’re an Inventor user but you keep hearing about Fusion 360. What is it? When should you use it? And how does it differ from Inventor? If you have those questions, this video is for you!
#4- Build Together with the Autodesk Construction Cloud
Lack of collaboration and coordination leads to delays, project errors, and overrun costs. Learn how you can keep all of your stakeholders working together on the same data, from anywhere.
#3 – The Difference Between PDM & PLM and Why You Need Both
Product data management or product lifecycle management? What’s the difference? Why do you need both? In order to transform your design and manufacturing process, you need to better manage and use your data. Find out how!
#2 – Autodesk Inventor 2022 Tips & Tricks
Inventor 2022 brought with it a ton of new features, functionality, and improvements. Hear from Jim swain on some of the key improvements and learn some of his favorite tips & tricks.
#1 – What’s New in Autodesk Takeoff?
Autodesk Takeoff is a comprehensive takeoff tool part of the Autodesk Construction Cloud. Drawing and model-based quanification workflows on a centralized platform provide more accurate estimates.
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