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Synergis Express Leaning Webinar: Inventor iParts – Advanced

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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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Synergis Express Learning Webinar: Introduction to Inventor iParts

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Take a little time out of your Wednesday to join our Autodesk Experts for a Synergis Express Learning Webinar, focused on helping you get more from your Autodesk solutions. Join us this Wednesday for our webinar on Introduction to Inventor iParts. Although Inventor iParts have been around for many releases, due to recent feedback it’s time to have a refresher

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Synergis Express Learning Webinar: Inventor Assembly Productivity Tools

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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 Assembly Productivity Tools. Are you missing out on the Inventor Assembly tools located under the Assemble/Productivity section of the ribbon?  Many times we hear “I didn’t even know that function was there.” Sign up and

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Tip: Create a Hole Pattern that Follows a Rectangular Shape

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Posted on November 17, 2016 by Synergis Manufacturing Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner Working with flanges, bolted cover plates or gaskets can cause a situation that requires you to generate a good number of patterned holes around a perimeter of a part. This can cause you to add a bunch of holes and dimensions to achieve your pattern. Just like many things we do

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Tip: Linking Inventor Model iProperties to the Model Drawing

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Posted on November 16, 2016 by Synergis Manufacturing Applications Consultant, Dave Breiner One thing that I have noticed as a near constant are mistakes forgetting to update drawing notes after making changes to the model. We are often under time pressure, product design pressure and the pressure to get products updated and out as fast as possible. With all this going on it

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