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    On the Inventor team, we often get asked about how users can offer suggestions, make functionality requests, or just provide general feedback on what they need from Inventor. We post a lot about what is going on with Inventor. Updates and enhancements we have released, new functionality we have developed, some information about what we […]

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    *&**: If you have AutoCAD and Inventor installed on your PC – You may already have the PDMC. Keep reading for information on how to find out what you already have in the collection. Now is the best time to be alive. Don’t just take my word for it, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and Warren […]

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    Are you interested in manufacturing and attending Autodesk University in Las Vegas? Keep reading for a list of four classes you should consider. Launching a new product is no small feat.  The same amount of engineering goes into defining the manufacturing processes as the product itself. That includes process and manufacturing engineering, process modeling, assembly […]

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    Daniel Youd first gained experience with BAC in 2015, and ever since has strived to be a part of the innovative work the company produces. Fast forward to 2019 and Daniel is now using Autodesk software on their latest project, the Mono R. The Mono R is a higher-performance, lighter and more advanced GEN2 Mono […]

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    We hope everyone has been enjoying all the great new features and enhancements that have been included in Inventor 2020.  We are back with more enhancements in 2020.1 that are going to speed up and improve your design workflows.  We are confident you will welcome them as they are based on your feedback through Inventor Ideas and the beta community.  Part […]

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    Are you interested in interoperability between Inventor and Revit or model states in parts and assemblies? Would like to talk directly with the software developers and product managers who are responsible for these projects? Can you travel to Portland on September 24th and/or 25th? If your answer is yes, then you should sign up to […]

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    Every year we get thousands of class proposals for Autodesk University Vegas from customers, partners, third-party developers, and employees. This is an incredible testimony to the multitudes of passionate Autodesk evangelists that make up this great community. This year is no exception with almost 2500 submissions and about 250 just for Autodesk Inventor which is […]

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    Can anyone guess how many customer-driven enhancements have been delivered from 2017 to 2020? We focused on reducing bottlenecks, workarounds and above all increasing productivity.  Let’s highlight some of the challenges our customers have asked us to address and we have focused on for Inventor 2020: Unwrap(Unfold Anything) Challenge: How do you flatten a fabric […]

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    This year at Autodesk University Vegas 2019, we are looking for a fresh variety of curated classes on Inventor from Autodesk. If you are eager to teach a class at AU 2019, below are our top themes to keep in mind. Case studies, lectures, and instructional classes are ideal. Inventor Core Get up to speed […]