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Autodesk® Vault Filters – Clear Your Field of Vision

Hello! Yes, I know it’s been ages… sorry.  Lots going on, and not nearly enough time for the fun stuff like writing.  But, this one I felt I needed to share.  Something I’ve used before, long ago, but which came

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Understanding Autodesk Vault – Finding files and understanding your data – Tata Technologies PLM Solutions

Autodesk Vault offers several methods and workflows for finding files, understanding your data, and organizing your work. Let’s take a look at each. Basic…. Source: Understanding Autodesk Vault – Finding files and understanding your data – Tata Technologies PLM Solutions

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Autodesk Knowledge Network 

Do you know what this is?  The AKN , as it is commonly known, is a vast storehouse of product knowledge related to the entire universe of Autodesk Software.  Filled with articles, blog posts, Screencast videos and so much more.

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Instrument Loops in AutoCAD P&ID

Hello! After one of the craziest summers I have seen since I have been on this job, I finally got a chance last week to get back into setting up my AutoCAD P&ID software.  It took a little while just

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Happy October – 6 weeks to AU 2016

Only 6 more weeks (roughly) until Autodesk University 2016.  If you haven’t already registered, you should consider it.  This is three days of learning, networking and general fun.  Held again this year at the Venetian Casino and Resort in Las

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Synergis Presents at AU 2016

Originally posted on Synergis Engineering Design Solutions:
Three Synergis team members will present at AU. Todd Schmoock and Jim Swain, Autodesk Application Specialists, and Mark Lancaster, Autodesk Product Support Specialist, will be teaching this year. Check out their classes: Jim Swain: SIM20752: Making…

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A Non Cad Post

Breaking from my normal routine this morning, and posting something that is not CAD related.  As I may have mentioned in some older posts, I’ve taken up digital photography as a hobby.  I’ve learned a lot in a year, and

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Autodesk University 2016

It’s still summer, but I wanted to write SOMETHING, since it’s been so long.  What has been a great quarter for my company, perhaps the busiest ever, has been terrible for my blogging.  I’m just not usually one for writing

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Inventor Tube & Pipe Mini-tip & What I’ve Been Up To.

So… where the heck have I been?  Buried, under one of the busiest quarters our company has ever seen.  Great to have so much work, but it has taken away from my time for writing and posting in the forums,

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AutoDesk Answer Day for Inventor

Hey everyone!  AutoDesk is doing another installment of thier AutoDesk Answer Days next month.  This time around it will be Inventor.  Stop over to the Answer Day homepage for more information on the what, where, when, why and how. Enjoy!

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