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Synergis Video Series – Autodesk Account

7/23/19 – ALL video links have now been updated below.  Thanks for watching! 7/12/19 – the 3rd video of our series has now been posted. 7/10/19 Update – the first two videos of the series have now been posted to YouTube.  Links included below.  As more videos are released we will keep updating this post to include the new links.

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4K Resolution in Autodesk Products

By Darin Green Recently, a large number of Autodesk users have experienced display issues with their Autodesk applications when viewing on a high-resolution display monitor. High resolution monitors can cause many applications to look a little funny or even prevent users from being able to select certain buttons and other controls due to the scaling of dialog boxes. Here is

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AU Class Voting is Open!

It’s time to vote on the classes that YOU want to see held at Autodesk University (AU) this year!  The Application Consultants at Synergis have submitted some great course topics to present at AU.  If you want to see any of these classes, do us a favor and go vote! Here is the Autodesk site where you can view all

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IMPORTANT – Updates Required to Maintain Software Access

By Darin Green Many Autodesk users received emails over the past few weeks regarding the continued use of “Legacy” products. Many applications use Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 for authentication, however, these versions of TLS are vulnerable to “main-in-the-middle” (MITM) attacks that can comproise data exchange. To address this issue, Autodesk has released patches to support Autodesk Identity

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Take a Look at Autodesk Idea Station

“I wish Inventor could do this!” “Why can’t Fusion 360 do that?” You or someone you know may have professed a variation of the above statements at one time or another. I would like you to know that there is something you can do about your frustrations. You may or may not know that Autodesk has websites set up for

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IMPORTANT – For Autodesk Inventor 2016 thru 2020 Users

Update (9/11/19) – We’re now including the 2020 version in this scope because some users are reporting content center crashes under the Windows 10 1903 version.   Update Inventor 2020 to the 2020.1 release and also ensure you have all the latest crucial Windows updates. In addition, we are providing the official link to the related Autodesk Knowledge Network article, here

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Fusion 360 – Sheet Metal Bend Feature

Here is a look at the new Bend feature within Fusion 360 Sheet Metal.  In this video, Synergis EDS Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner, will import an existing .DXF Pattern file and use it to create the shape and bends of a bracket within Autodesk Fusion 360. Click “Read More” for video.

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How to Create your own Inventor Frame Generator End Caps in Autodesk Inventor 2020

Posted on April 3, 2019 by Helpdesk Technician Mark Lancaster One of the new features of Inventor 2020 is the ability to create end caps for your frame generator model. For example, I’m able to create a flush, internal, sharp cornered, 1/8” thick end cap for this frame member. Or perhaps I want a cap on the end of a

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Autodesk Revit 2019.2.1 Release Update

Autodesk recently uploaded the Revit 2019.2.1 update, bringing new capabilities to help users create, optimize, and connect. The update also resolves the following issues reported in previous versions: Resolved an issue that prevented export to .dwg of multiple views/sheets Resolved an issue where monitored openings did not update when changes are made to the original object Resolved an issue that

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The Next Generation of BIM 360, Part 10: The New BIM Design Collaboration Enhancements

Posted on March 1, 2019 by Synergis Applications Consultant, Bill Knittle Recently, Autodesk released a new set of enhancements to the Design Collaboration module of BIM 360 Design. Several key modifications have been made to reduce friction and misunderstanding while enhancing the collaborative experience of working with Revit cloud-workshared models. Let’s discuss the administrative tweaks first and then, the feature

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