Category Archives: Factory

CAD Management: The Art of Influence

Published on November 8, 2018 As a CAD Manager, you work hard to choose the software and hardware your company should invest in and use. However, sometimes the hardest task of your position is actually the next step – influencing people upstream and downstream to even consider what you’re proposing. Where do you even begin? Synergis Applications Consultant Todd Schmoock

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Updating Your Network License File

Posted on November 1, 2018 by Synergis Helpdesk Technician, Mark Lancaster Autodesk Email Clarification When your multi-user subscription is renewed and you manage your Autodesk account/subscription, most likely you have seen an email like this from Autodesk:

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Single-User License – Losing your license when disconnected from the Internet?

Losing your license when disconnected from the internet can happen for multiple reasons. To help prevent this, here are a few things to consider before leaving the office. Solution #1: Users not being an administrator on their machines, and/or not having full access to the following locations. C:\ProgramData\Autodesk C:\ProgramData\FLEXnet C:\Program Files\Autodesk C:\Program Files\Common Files\Autodesk Shared C:\Program Files (x86)\Autodesk C:\Program Files

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Video Tutorial: Fusion 360 – Parameters

In this follow-up to Video Tip: Fusion 360 – Combine and Delete, Dave takes you through a modeling exercise on how to create a different size or angle for a fitting.

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Take a look at what we shared at Synergis University 2018

As we look back on last month’s Synergis University 2018, our 13th annual learning event, we are so very grateful to have the opportunity to spend the day with over 200 of our long-time valued customers, our partners at Autodesk, Leica, and Cimquest. This year’s event featured special guest speakers Ralph Schoch from Victaulic, Rob Lehman from Eastern Exterior Walls,

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What’s new for Collection Licenses?

We have had quite a few questions on the installation and licensing of Industry Collections. Here are the details. Requirements: Must have a 2019 license file License manager version 11.14.1.3 Old process New process The restriction for using 2 products concurrently has been removed. Customers can now use as many products concurrently within the collection Using additional licenses for each

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Unlock more tools in the Autodesk Product Design and Manufacturing Collection.

If you missed the first webcast, view it here and sign up for the next one on June 25 where we continue redesigning a part for this motorcycle and test it using Inventor and the tools to optimize the suspension link design – all within the Product Design and Manufacturing Collection. Learn more about the series. Register for the webcast happening

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Synergis University is 2 weeks away

Still not sure if you should attend SU18? Here are 5 reasons to register now:  1. Learn today, put into practice the day you get back to work: Almost 40 content-rich sessions. Learn features you didn’t know existed; hear about trends, workflows, and collaboration; learn more about the solutions you already have; or do all three! 2. Talk with and

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DWG files created in AutoCAD 2018 & 2019 are unable to be saved in previous versions of AutoCAD

Posted on April 30, 2018 by Synergis Product Support Manager, Darin Green ISSUE: With the release of the 2018 file format, users in previous versions (2017, 2016, etc.) are not able save their work even after saving the file down to an earlier file format like 2013.   REASON: When files are opened and saved in AutoCAD 2018 or 2019,

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Evolution of a Design Webcast: Kicks off April 30 @11am EDT

Racing with this involves a team. Unlock as much of the potential of your team as possible. To let their ingenuity surface and do their best work so they can find the answers unique to your business goals and help you achieve more. To accomplish this, you need to: Equip everyone involved with all the tools they need to do

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