Category Archives: Training Center

Synergis University: An Entire Day Dedicated to Helping you Stay Ahead.

Synergis University is the region’s largest Autodesk Learning Event and our chance to bring customers together with the Synergis team, Autodesk product team members, and other industry experts so we can help you get ahead, and stay ahead with Autodesk Solutions. The day will feature sessions to learn about industry best practices, new features, and tips and tricks for the

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Video Tutorial: Fusion 360 – Let’s Model Something – Cable Pulley Drawing

Posted on January 11, 2018 by Synergis Manufacturing Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner To follow up on our Cable Pulley model, here we create a Presentation file and include it in our drawing with views, bill of material, and dimensions. For reference: Fusion 360 Smart Templates 

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Tip: Autodesk Vault Shared Views

It’s day two of our week of manufacturing tips! Posted on December 19, 2017 by Synergis Vault Application Specialist, Joe Corson This tip is for those with Vault Workgroup and Professional 2018.1 and newer. In the 2018.1 update for Vault Workgroup and Professional there is a new feature called Shared Views. This feature can be used to collaborate with non-Vault users inside and

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Video Tip: Inventor – Sectioning Participation

It’s a week of manufacturing tips!  We’ll start with Inventor. In this tip, Synergis’ Jim Swain takes a look at how to control which parts are actually sectioned in a section view. And how to find the specific part you are looking to change.  

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Combining other project drawings to the current AutoCAD Electrical project

Posted on November 7, 2017 by Synergis’ Application Consultant, Todd Schmoock Sometimes you need to combine project drawings created by one user, and add them to a global project.  An example of this is when new drawings are created, or updated, by several users and the drawings need to be added to the master project.  You need to make sure

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Using AutoCAD’s Layer Walk Tool

Posted on February 14, 2017 by Synergis’ Application Consultant, Jim Swain Sometimes it can be very challenging to make sense of a drawing created by someone else. Here is a house drawing and as you can see it’s a bit of a mess on the screen. The first thing I do to try and make sense of these drawings is

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Synergis University 5/17/17: An Entire Day Dedicated to Helping you Stay Ahead

Synergis University is our chance to bring customers together with the Synergis team, Autodesk product team members, and other industry experts so we can help them get ahead, and stay ahead with Autodesk Solutions – AutoCAD, Inventor, Civil, Revit, Fusion Lifecycle, the BIM solutions, and much more. The day will feature sessions to learn about industry best practices, new features,

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What you need to know: Subscribing, Maintenance, Benefits and More

If you missed the webcast, view the recording to find out what you need to know about subscribing, maintenance, and benefits you have with your Autodesk solutions, but may not be using. Learn more about: Subscribe, Maintenance, or Both Cascading Licenses Cloud Services A360 update View the webcast. Have questions? Connect with us for answers.

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Introducing Synergis Express Learning Webinars

Less than an hour, online, and free, these training webinars are 30 to 40 minutes and cover a specific function within the Autodesk Products. Take a little time out of your Wednesday to join our Autodesk Experts for a Synergis Express Learning Webinar, focused on helping you get more from your Autodesk solutions. Join us this Wednesday morning at 10am Eastern Time

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We’ll be at Autodesk University 2016, will you?

Insight. Innovation. Inspiration. Get it all at AU Las Vegas 2016. Synergis Engineering Design Solutions is proud to be an official Reseller Sponsor at Autodesk University 2016. Join us to discover the best ways to work, what the future holds, and how to stay competitive. Learn from industry experts with in-depth tutorials, hands-on labs, and lively discussions. Explore the newest

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