Use the Virtual Agent to Download your Autodesk Software

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(Update March 4, 2013: This method of download has been changed.  I have updated the steps in a new post, here.)

Sharing Inventor Files - Part 3 - Using iLogic

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In this third and final post about sharing Inventor designs to various image files, we’ll explore using iLogic to automatically generate these files for you.  My inspiration for this 3-part series…

Vanilla AutoCAD in your Product Design Suite..."It's In There!"

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I am surprised by the amount of people that I come across that are using AutoCAD Mechanical as their Vanilla AutoCAD.  They call me with frustrations about how they can't seem to get their AutoCAD to…

Loading Inventor Data into Autodesk Vault

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So, you've got Autodesk Vault, and you're asking yourself, "how do I import my data", or "what's the best method to import my data into the Vault?"  It doesn't matter which version of Vault you have,…

How to Resolve An Autodesk Activation Error

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I recently had a client who experienced an Activation error while trying to request a license file.  The error received told him that Reactivation was required, even though he had not tried to…

Sharing Inventor Files - Part 2 - Exporting Us

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Today's post will comprise of Part 2, in my 3-part series on using Inventor to export your models and drawings to visualization files.  In part 1 I illustrated the steps necessary to produce image…

The Value of Training

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Inventor training is a valuable investment that your employer can make in advancing your knowledge and improving your productivity in your job.  This training also increases your company’s…

Sharing Inventor Files - Part 1 - Exporting Viewable Files

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In this blog post, I wanted to cover exporting your Inventor models and drawings to image documents such as pdf and jpeg, to be used for marketing, review, procurement, etc...As I thought about all I…

Integrated CAM software for Inventor

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I received an exciting email yesterday, which contained a new and noteworthy announcement that Autodesk has just introduced the Next Generation Integrated CAM for Inventor.  Autodesk is continually…

Giving Your Users Access to Autodesk 360 Services

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If you are the Contract Manager for your Autodesk software account, then you are essentially the "gate keeper" for all your users' abilities to access extended products and services.  Last week I had…

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