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Autodesk Inventor 2016 R3 Now Available

Inventor 2016 made its debut in April 2016, Inventor 2016 R2 was announced in early November, and on December 2nd Autodesk introduced Inventor 2016 R3. In this latest update Autodesk has introduced Inventor Connected Design on A360 and the ability for Inventor users to export data in the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) file format for the use in building design applications.

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

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. But that isn’t necessary. Here

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[Webcast] The Future of Making Things Starts Now

Join Autodesk for this webinar to learn more about The Future of Making Things and how Autodesk’s integrated product development solutions can improve your processes: Create the best possible design based on real world conditions that you define with Autodesk’s new Shape Generator functionality. Gone are the days of educated guesses and over-engineering your products. Enable teams to quickly find

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Avoiding Style Conflicts Completely – Inventor Drawings

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 I provided, I briefly went

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Webcast: Nastran In-CAD the CAD-embedded Finite Element Analysis Software

Join Synergis Application Consultation, Jim Swain as he takes an in-depth look at the Autodesk Nastran In-CAD software. Nastran In-CAD offers more powerful analysis tools than what has previously been available with the Inventor environment. You can now analyze how parts and assemblies behave as heat is applied and as large deformations take place. During this month’s Synergis60 Jim will

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Webcast Synergis60: Copying Your Designs Using Inventor

Do you wish you could create a new design from your existing Inventor models? This easily accomplished within Vault with the Vault Copy Design workflow, but what if you don’t have access to Vault? Join Mark Lancaster for this month’s Synergis60 and he will demonstrate two workflows within Inventor that will allow you to create a new design from your

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Inventor 2016 DWG Underlay

With the release of Inventor 2016, a lot of new tools were introduced. The DWG underlay feature in Inventor 2016 allows you to quickly turn your 2D AutoCAD legacy drawings into 3D drawings. Watch the short video below to learn how to use this tool. Questions about Inventor 2016? Contact us today to speak with a Synergis Applications Consultant.

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[Customer Video] Solmirus Stays Ahead with Autodesk Inventor Desktop Subscription

  With Autodesk Inventor Desktop Subscription, Solmirus had access to professional-grade tools that are affordable and essential to growing their business. Want to know more about desktop subscription? Contact us today and learn about the benefits it can have for your business.

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Autodesk Nastran In-CAD: CAD embedded FEA Software

Use advanced mechanical simulation directly in your CAD system with the industry-trusted Autodesk Nastran solver. This 3D CAD-embedded tool brings powerful benefits to your product development process. Advanced analysis: allowing for innovation, better quality, lower costs, and minimal field failure Ease of use for Autodesk Inventor and SolidWorks Users: embedded advanced FEA technology directly into Inventor and Solidworks True geometry

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Take advantage of the opportunity to get Inventor In-house

Autodesk just made it easier to get Inventor technology in-house. This week Autodesk announced that Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Inventor Professional, and Autodesk Inventor LT products are now available as Desktop Subscription. What does this mean for you? You can now take advantage of Inventor’s design capabilities with a lower cost entry and still experience the same benefits as a maintenance

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