Autodesk Network Licensing: Tips on Working with Your License File

March 7, 2014

Every month, Synergis hosts a live webcast for one hour (Synergis60 Webcasts) to discuss tips and tricks to keep you ahead.  We had an incredible response to last month’s topic, Autodesk Licensing, so we are posting the video for everyone who couldn’t attend. Want to: Know how to reserve licenses for certain users? Borrow a […]

iLogic Video Basics Part 2: Creating a Multi-Value List and Updating the Form

March 4, 2014

Posted on March 5, 2014 by Dave Breiner, Synergis Manufacturing Solutions Engineer: Here’s the second part of the iLogic basics.  Last week we discussed getting started with creating parameters and a basic form.  See that video here.  This week we are going to go a little deeper to create a multi-value list and then update […]

Our House is a Very, Very, Very Fine House!

March 3, 2014

Posted on March 3, 2014 by Kristen Tomasic, Synergis Engineering Design Solutions Division Vice President: We are very excited to share that in September 2014, Synergis will be moving into a newly renovated office building at 18 S. Fifth Street in Quakertown, PA.  This facility, a 60,000-square-foot predominantly vacant textile mill will become our new […]

Working with Inventor Content Center: Part 1 of 3

February 28, 2014

Posted on February 28, 2014 by Mark Lancaster, Synergis Product Support Specialist: This is part 1 of a 3 part series regarding Inventor Content Center.  In this article, I explore the relationships created between Inventor Content Center, an assembly, and Autodesk Vault.  For those who are using the desktop version of Content Center, I will […]

Synergis Technologies is one of Lehigh Valley’s Top Workplaces

February 27, 2014

Synergis Technologies has been named to “The Morning Call Top Workplaces.” The evaluation for the Top Workplaces program is based upon feedback from an employee survey that 90% of our team completed a few months ago. Synergis Technologies, LLC was founded in 1985 by David B. Sharp III, Janet Kiehart and Bill Stamp, all longtime […]

iLogic Video Tutorial Part 1: Creating Parameters and a Basic Form

February 25, 2014

Posted on February 25, 2014 by Dave Breiner, Synergis Manufacturing Solutions Engineer: iLogic is a tool inside Inventor software so you can build custom rules and logic in your design allowing you to add more intelligent design data and automate tedious tasks. For the next few weeks I will be posting once a week with […]

Rogue Pipes Catalog Path: AutoCAD Civil 3D

February 18, 2014

Posted on February 18, 2014 by Kevin Spear, Synergis Civil Solutions Engineer: How many times are you called over for pipe network “issues” only to find out that the catalog path has somehow been changed from the network share to the local cache? ** Wrong catalog path ** We could open this dialog, browse for […]

Using AutoCAD Geometry in an Inventor Model

February 11, 2014

Posted on February 11, 2014 by Dave Breiner, Synergis Solutions Engineer: Have an AutoCAD drawing with some geometry that you want in Inventor?  No need to recreate it.  Here’s a time-saving tip that will help you use AutoCAD drawings in Inventor.  By copying the geometry into an Inventor part sketch, we convert that sketch into […]

BIMopedia Tip: Copy/Monitor in Revit – Example

February 4, 2014

If you haven’t checked out BIMopedia yet, it is a great place to see information and tips that could help you stay ahead with BIM. This week, Ben Malone offers a short video to demonstrate how the Copy/Monitor function works in Revit. [youtube=] If you found this helpful, thank them by subscribing to BIMopedia  now […]

New to the 3D Environment? Understand the Right Hand Rule for Autodesk 3D

January 28, 2014

Posted on January 28, 2014 by Bill McKown, Synergis Solutions Engineer: Sometimes the simplest explanation can save many hours of frustration.  That’s what we find when people move directly to a 3D environment without an introduction training.  It’s different. Sure, it’s still designing, and sometimes it makes manipulating your design a longer, more frustrating process […]