How to More Effectively Utilize Your iLogic Parts and Assemblies – Part 2

February 2, 2016

In the second video on how to more effectively utilize your iLogic parts and assemblies, Synergis Applications Consultant Dave Breiner shows how to use iLogic Copy Design to copy and make these parts unique by adding a suffix or prefix to the file name. This video is intended to help you create parts that utilize […]

How to More Effectively Utilize Your iLogic Parts and Assemblies – Part 1

January 26, 2016

In this short YouTube video, Synergis Applications Consultant Dave Breiner shares how to create parts that use iLogic to help you fill out some of the iproperties automatically dependent on your inputs. The video will show how easy it can be to setup a rule that will fill out the iproperties based on parameters and […]

Kwik Goal Looks to Synergis to Keep Them Up and Running with Autodesk Solutions

December 21, 2015

Company Background Founded over 30 years ago, Kwik Goal, Ltd. manufactures soccer goals, field and training equipment, team seating, as well as accessories for coaches, referees and players at all levels. Headquartered in Quakertown, Kwik Goal occupies a three-building campus consisting of back office, production, shipping, warehousing, and receiving. Kwik Goal, highly regarded for its sporting goods, is a […]

How to Make a Hole at an Angle to a Face in Inventor

November 25, 2015

Posted on November 25, 2015 by Synergis Applications Consultant, Jim Swain I recently had a customer in one of my Inventor Essentials classes ask if an angle has to be perpendicular to the face of the part. I will typically draw a small flat at the desired angle, then drill the hole perpendicular to that face. […]

New Copy Design Tool For Vault Workgroup and Professional 2016

November 18, 2015

Posted on November 18, 2015 by Synergis Applications Consultant Joe Corson New to Vault Workgroup and Professional 2016 is the completely redesigned Copy Design Tools with a ton of new features and capabilities. One of the new features is it can be used as a standalone application, without entering the Vault Pro client. The external application […]

Inventor Technical Requirements

October 30, 2015

Posted on October 30 2015, by Manufacturing Product Support Specialist, Mark Lancaster I’ve been using Inventor for many years now, but I’m always on the look out to learn something new about it. For example, the other day I stumbled across the Cadalyst article about a workaround in creating technical notes on your Inventor drawings. […]

Autodesk Screencast

October 28, 2015

Posted on October 28, 2015 by Manufacturing Product Support Specialist, Mark Lancaster Many companies have certain ways of doing things in their CAD application. Sometimes communicating how that’s accomplished can be a challenge in itself. How do you communicate a CAD workflow to a new (or existing) CAD user? Do you spend time writing and […]

Highlighting Components in Inventor Drawing Views

October 22, 2015

Posted on October 22, 2015 by Application Consultant, Jim Swain I was working with a class the other day and I was trying to figure out a way to visually show how some internal parts were configured. We got to talking about how we could show this on a drawing to help the assembly instructions. […]

Using Revit to add Building Control Points with Autodesk Point Layout

October 20, 2015

Posted on October 20, 2015 by Synergis Application Consultant, Bill Knittle Model-based field layout is a common trend in the industry today. In an earlier post, Revit was used to align coordinates from a survey to the Revit Site model. This process utilized the shared coordinate system of Revit to then push that shared coordinate […]

Avoiding Style Conflicts Completely – Inventor Drawings

October 20, 2015

Posted on October 20, 2015 by Manufacturing Product Support Specialist, Mark Lancaster A couple of weeks ago I posted an article about the “Styles Conflict” message which may appear when you start an Inventor drawing using the New command.  This article describes why it appears and how to resolve it.  In one of the solutions […]