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Learn what you need. When, how, and where you want to learn it.

Just because it’s summer, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go to class! Here are some of our upcoming summer training classes: AutoCAD Advanced July 21-22  Manheim Mastering Revit Families for Architects and Structural Designers July 21-22  Quakertown Autodesk Inventor Tube and Pipe Design August 2-3  Quakertown Vehicle Tracking Essentials Class August 12  Manheim Above are just a few of the classes and dates

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BIM in the Cloud

Posted on August 8, 2013 by Curt Egli, Synergis Building Solutions Engineer: Yesterday I posted The Business Value of BIM webcast.  Here’s another that was really popular last year about using BIM in the Autodesk cloud and the tools available to assist in your workflow.  Keep in mind this was a year ago, so if you want to see the

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Your Autodesk Training Should Come From An Autodesk Certified Instructor – Here’s Why

Autodesk Certified Instructors (ACI) program provides instructors with the highest level of standards for teaching Autodesk products. The cornerstone of the Autodesk Professional Excellence Program, ACI raises the bar by providing premier coaching, mentoring, evaluation, and accreditation services to ensure that only the most highly qualified instructors teach Autodesk software. Synergis has six Autodesk Certified Instructors, at least one for

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New Courses Keep You Ahead

Move beyond the fundamentals of your AutoCAD or 3D design knowledge to improve your workflow and save time. These new sessions are unique to Synergis and the only place in the region to gain some of these additional skills in an open enrollment environment. We limit our class size to 8 people to maximize the attention each student receives. Check out

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Miss AU2012? Check Out All the Learning for Free!

If you couldn’t make it to Las Vegas for Autodesk University 2012, you can still access the classes for free!  Autodesk is offering free screencasts and class handouts of over 900 classes taught at AU2012. All you need to do is log on to AU Virtual.  Don’t have an account?  Sign up for free. For instructions on how to access AU2012 click by

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Important: Installing Multiple AutoCAD Products

January 17, 2013, posted by Darin Green, Synergis Helpdesk: We often receive calls from clients who get an error message pointing “Failed installation aborted, Result 1603”.  To help, I thought I would put this popular topic online to help with your service.  If this doesn’t solve your problems, feel free to contact us for any help. Download or print the Whitepaper.

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New Revit Video – Coordinating Views across Links and Disciplines

Here’s one more video Tip from Bill Knittle, Building Solutions Engineer to help you through your week. Let us know if there are any topics you would like to hear about. We will ask Bill to cover them. Contact us.

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AutoCAD Tech Tips

When it comes to Autodesk tips and tricks, our Solutions Engineers are here to help! Bill McKown, recently joined our team as an AutoCAD and visualization expert and has already contributed video tips, live webcast topics and even a blog post.  Our customers and our team have been keeping him busy, however, he still managed to get a couple new videos complete.  Here, in

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Envision Sustainability Rating System for Infrastructure Projects

Earlier this year, the Institute for Sustainability for Infrastructure released a product called Envision that will rate Infrastructure designs for future sustainability to include the projected life span of a project taking into account all the dimensions of sustainability:  economic, social, and environmental. It may be very similar to the LEED certification for building projects. In August, the first class

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CAD Insider: Autodesk Rules at NAFEMS

Autodesk took the floor at the NAFEMS (National Agency for Finite Element Methods and Standards) Conference last month when they announced the details of Simulation 360. Simulation 360 differentiates Autodesk among the competitors because it offers cloud-based computing and the ability to ‘rent’ the software in the cloud as needed. This creates an ease of use and cost for companies

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