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Tip: Job Processor Updates In Vault 2018.2
January 5, 2018
Posted on January 5, 2018 by Synergis Vault Application Specialist, Joe Corson The job processor has received some much needed upgrades in the Vault 2018.2 update! First and foremost the job processor no longer takes an Inventor license while processing any Inventor files. This is possibly the best new feature with the update as you do not […]
Video Tutorial: Fusion 360 – Let's Model Something, Cable Pulley
December 22, 2017
It’s day five of our week of manufacturing tips! Here is another Fusion 360 post. If you are new to Fusion 360, also check out this toy wooden train video. Posted on December 22, 2017 by Synergis Manufacturing Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner Dave takes you through a modeling exercise for beginners to model a Cable Pulley in this […]
Tip: AutoCAD Electrical Naming Convention and Family Codes
December 21, 2017
Posted on December 21, 2017 by Synergis’ Application Consultant, Todd Schmoock AutoCAD Electrical has a specific naming convention when creating, and using, schematic symbols to enable some of its automation features to work. The naming convention allows AutoCAD Electrical to know whether a horizontal or vertical symbol should be used, and what family category it […]
Video Tip: Fusion 360 – Joint Limits
December 20, 2017
It’s day three of our week of manufacturing tips! Posted on December 20, 2017 by Synergis Manufacturing Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner As a follow up to the Rigid Groups video, Dave takes a look at Joints and Joint Limits. See how to apply different kinds of Joints and apply Limits to those joints to restrict the travel of […]
Tip: Autodesk Vault Shared Views
December 19, 2017
It’s day two of our week of manufacturing tips! Posted on December 19, 2017 by Synergis Vault Application Specialist, Joe Corson This tip is for those with Vault Workgroup and Professional 2018.1 and newer. In the 2018.1 update for Vault Workgroup and Professional there is a new feature called Shared Views. This feature can be used to collaborate […]
Video Tip: Inventor – Sectioning Participation
December 18, 2017
It’s a week of manufacturing tips! We’ll start with Inventor. In this tip, Synergis’ Jim Swain takes a look at how to control which parts are actually sectioned in a section view. And how to find the specific part you are looking to change.
Manufacturing User Group/Customer Appreciation Event
December 12, 2017
As we wrap up 2017, what should you be thinking about for 2018? Spend some time with Synergis as we run through the tools that will help you: More rapidly design new product iterations Refine and maintain competitive advantages Streamline processes enabling you to embrace disruption Adapt to the needs of the modern buyer Join […]
Video Tutorial: Fusion 360 – Let's Model Something for the Beginner
December 6, 2017
Looking to learn more about Fusion 360? Then this is the video for you! Synergis’ Dave Breiner has developed a modeling exercise for beginners. Follow along as we model a Toy Wooden Train. In this exercise, we will try a few different ways to model, create holes, extrude, revolve, and apply a material. Toy Wooden Train […]
Video Tip: Inventor – Break Out View
December 5, 2017
In this tip, Synergis’ Jim Swain shows how to create a break out view of an assembly.
Video Tip: Fusion 360 – Rigid Groups
November 16, 2017
Looking at ways to use Rigid Groups to constrain a step file with multiple parts in Fusion 360? Check it out here!