Video Tutorial: Fusion 360 – Let’s Model Something for the Beginner

Looking to learn more about Fusion 360?  Then this is the video for you! Synergis’ Dave Breiner has developed a modeling exercise for beginners. Follow along as we model a Toy Wooden Train. In this exercise, we will try a few different ways to model, create holes, extrude, revolve, and apply a material. Toy Wooden Train Drawing

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Video Tip: Inventor – Break Out View

In this tip, Synergis’ Jim Swain shows how to create a break out view of an assembly.

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Start using Fusion Team today. Access our FREE guide for getting started!

Videos for every step of the set up process! Access the Fusion Team Quick Guide  

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Borrowed License Not Working

Posted on November 29, 2017 by Synergis Product Support Manager, Darin Green You borrow a license from your network licenses, then go offsite. The next time you launch the application you’re asked to specify a licensing server. Why does this happen? In most cases, when you borrowed the license, you were connected to your network via the Ethernet port (wire connection).

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Video Tip: Fusion 360 – Rigid Groups

Looking at ways to use Rigid Groups to constrain a step file with multiple parts in Fusion 360?  Check it out here!

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Understanding AutoCAD Electrical’s Project Manager

Posted on November 15, 2017 by Synergis’ Application Consultant, Todd Schmoock Understanding AutoCAD Electrical’s Project Manager can make the difference in how successful you are when working in AutoCAD Electrical.  In standard AutoCAD each drawing is a stand-alone file, but in AutoCAD Electrical they are grouped together in a project.  The project knows how many drawings it has linked to it,

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Hurricane-Proof Construction Methods Can Prevent the Destruction of Communities

New hurricane-proof construction methods and flexible building materials have the potential to save buildings and the people who live in them. The four hurricanes that slammed into heavily populated areas from the Caribbean to Texas this summer are inching toward a half-trillion-dollar price tag in damages—to say nothing of the work and wages missed by shutting down entire cities. Buildings are

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