Tag Archives: inventor

Can iLogic Help You Work Faster?

Posted on September 26, 2018 by Synergis Manufacturing Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner Most companies that are in machine design, manufacturing, or construction have many designs that are similar or contain basic standard parts. When I began 3D modeling with Inventor 4 in early 2001, it was a challenge to generate every part that was needed for a design. Gradually, we

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Video Tutorial: Inventor – Projecting Geometry in an Assembly

Posted on September 6, 2018 by Synergis Manufacturing Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner Autodesk Inventor can help save you time and increase accuracy in your designs with a feature called projected geometry. This technology allows you to borrow geometry from existing parts when creating a new part in an assembly. While this process is relatively straightforward, there are common issues users

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Linear Symmetric Dimension Type

Posted on August 29, 2018 by Synergis Helpdesk Technician Mark Lancaster The other day I received a call from a customer looking to dimension a detail view per the image below. Within a couple of days of providing the solution to the customer, this same question appeared on the Autodesk Inventor Forum. Perhaps it’s time to bring this workflow back

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Video Tutorial: Inventor – Update Multiple iProperties at Once

Posted on August 9, 2018 by Synergis Manufacturing Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner Autodesk Inventor iProperties can be used to classify, manage, and search for files, to create reports, and to automatically update title blocks and parts lists in drawings and bills of materials in assemblies. While most users understand the importance of iProperties in organizing part files and already know

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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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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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4/30 Webcast series kick-off: Evolution of a Design

If you drove by our office last week, you saw this.  Join us on April 30 at 11am EDT for the kick-off webcast to see how we are leveraging the solutions in the Autodesk Product Design and Manufacturing Collection to make parts for this motorcycle and answer these questions: How do we become more efficient so we can spend more

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What’s New… Autodesk Inventor/Inventor Professional 2019

Posted on March 26, 2018 by Synergis Product Support Specialist, Mark Lancaster It’s that time of year again when Autodesk starts releasing the next version of their software.  Today I’m reviewing Inventor 2019 and sharing with you “What’s New” for this release.  As always I have my favorites and most likely you will too.  However, before I get into sharing

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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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Manufacturing User Group/Customer Appreciation Event

As we wrap up 2017, what should you be thinking about for 2018? Spend some time with Synergis as we run through the tools that will help you: More rapidly design new product iterations Refine and maintain competitive advantages Streamline processes enabling you to embrace disruption Adapt to the needs of the modern buyer Join us as we quickly cover

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