Reminder About Vault Backups: Are you checking yours?

November 4, 2014

Posted on November 3, 2014 by Mark Lancaster, Synergis Product Support Specialist: As Daylight Savings comes to an end it is a friendly reminder for us to check and replace our batteries in our smoke detectors. However this article is not about smoke detector batteries but about your Vault backups. So I have a simple […]

Simulation Mechanical Tip: Changing Units

November 4, 2014

Posted on November 5, 2014 by Jim Swain, Synergis Project Manager for Manufacturing: Setting up an analysis can have some frustrating moments. Often the available data for boundary conditions and such are from different sources, and in different units. In Simulation Mechanical you can change the Display Units in the Browser to switch between various […]

Manage processes, projects, and people with Autodesk PLM 360

October 31, 2014

PLM 360 has quickly become a tool that our customers are finding customizable, scalable, and valuable for many applications to design and business processes. From tracking Bill of Materials to collaborating with teams across the globe, PLM 360 completes the product lifecycle allowing you to increase your innovation while reducing email, errors, and delays in […]

Synergis University 2015 – Open for Early Registration

October 30, 2014

Save the date for Synergis University 2015 and register now to save money and secure your seat! Date:  June 3, 2015 Location: The Sands Hotel, Bethlehem, PA Yes, we will be at the Sands again this year and are organizing over 35 sessions to bring you the most up to date information, tips, and topics […]

Why It's Important to Have an Organized Structure for Inventor and a Properly Configured Project File (Part 2 of 2)

October 29, 2014

Posted on October 23, 2015 by Mark Lancaster, Synergis Product Support Specialist: In Part 1 of this post, I covered the importance of having an organized structure outside of the Inventor application. In Part 2, I want to go over the configuration of your project file (.IPJ) which I believe is another key to your […]

Why It’s Important to Have an Organized Structure for Inventor and A Properly Configured Project File (Part 1)

October 22, 2014

Posted on October 22, 2014 by Mark Lancaster, Product Support Specialist: Have you ever opened a co-worker’s model and Inventor is unable to locate certain components? What about the “Non-Unique Project File Names” dialog? Have you ever come across it while trying to open a model? Are your seeing “not responding” messages in Inventor while […]

Desktop Subscription: A Flexible, Scalable Option for Licensing

October 20, 2014

This year, Autodesk released a new form of licensing called Desktop Subscription, or as some call it, rental licenses. With this type of licensing, you have access to software that is: A low cost of entry without purchasing a full seat of software upfront Control costs without large investments or long-term commitment Cost effective way […]

Live Webcast: Implementing Data Management Successfully

October 10, 2014

(And Without Pulling Out Your Hair) Data management solutions always look good “on paper”. When it’s just a matter of proposals and ROI projections, the “abstract” seems perfect. It’s only when you go live, and real people get involved that things can get messy. If you don’t have a clear, strategic implementation plan in place, […]

Tell Autodesk All About It

October 7, 2014

Our helpdesk receives questions about the functionality of Autodesk products every day.  Most of the time, we work to assist the design process and workflow with the tools available.  There are times that our customers think of features or updates that would work better for them in a product.  We do pass this information on […]

Minda Industries Limited uses Autodesk Simulation Moldflow to get Ahead

October 6, 2014

Often wonder if there are processes or products that can make the design process easier? Are there companies experiencing the same challenges as we are? Minda Industries Limited, like many other manufacturers, experienced difficulties meeting their customers’ needs. Being the largest manufacturer of two-wheeler switches in the world for automobile manufactures, they wanted to ensure […]