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Video Tip: Inventor Bolted Connection Design Accelerator

Posted on March 20, 2017 by Synergis Manufacturing Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner This video walks through the steps on how to create a bolted connection in Inventor quickly and easily using this Inventor Design Accelerator. It proves that you do not have to be afraid of this scary looking wizard! It’s not difficult to use and can really speed up the creation of

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Webcast Recordings: Intro to Inventor iParts and Inventor iParts Advanced

Although Inventor iParts have been around for many releases, due to recent feedback it’s time to have a refresher course on this modeling technique. Are you interested in learning more about iParts and/or what it can do for you? Learn more as Synergis’ Mark Lancaster takes you through an Intro to Inventor iParts in this Synergis Express Learning Webinar. Did you

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Synergis Express Leaning Webinar: Inventor Direct Editing

Less than an hour, online, and free, these training webinars are 30 to 40 minutes and cover a specific function within the Autodesk Products. Join us for Inventor Direct Editing. Ever since Inventor 2015, did you know you can “direct edit” (imported) 3D models from other CAD applications/file types? Never heard of Direct Editing or perhaps you want to learn more about this function?

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Inventor Tip: Documenting Your Part’s Design Intent in Inventor

Posted on March 1, 2017 by Synergis’ Application Consultant, Jim Swain First off, this isn’t about making drawings. This is closer to adding comments to a program that you’re writing. Second, this isn’t about using the Notebook in Inventor. This is about renaming things within Inventor part files so you can understand them better in the future. Have you ever

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Synergis Express Leaning Webinar: Inventor iParts – Advanced

Less than an hour, online, and free, these training webinars are 30 to 40 minutes and cover a specific function within the Autodesk Products. Join us for Inventor iParts – Advanced. Did you know there’s a custom iPart type?  What about controlling where your iPart members are placed?  Or that you can apply different sheet metal rules to a (Sheet Metal) iPart members? Are

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