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What's New in Revit 2018

by Daniel Hwang on Apr 24, 2017

The Revit team has been working to bring you new and exciting features for the 2018 release. Revit 2018 has the tools for consistent, coordinated, and complete modeling for architects, MEP, structural engineers and detailers, and construction contractors.

New features come from the Revit road map shown publicly last year as well as input from the Revit Ideas Page. Read on to discover how Revit 2018 will help your designs.

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Topics: Autodesk Revit, What's New, What's New in 2018, Autodesk Revit 2018, Revit, Dynamo Player

AnyCAD in Inventor: Working with Other CAD Files

by Nigel Ambayec on Apr 20, 2017

Inventor 2016 introduced AnyCAD, a feature that translates non-native CAD data into Inventor with associative connections. Users no longer need to maintain a multi-software environment, and the process of repeated file translation is a thing of the past. 

With Inventor 2018, users can import SolidWorks, Catia, STEP, ProE, and more into their Inventor models and maintain associativity to the original file. Any changes to the original non-native file will be recognized and reflected in the Inventor environment. Read on to learn why this is so important. 

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Topics: AnyCAD, Autodesk Inventor 2018, Inventor 2018

Recap: iLogic Rules & Workflows Workshop

by Jorge Fernandez on Apr 11, 2017

A long time ago, in a college not so far away (Cal Poly Pomona to be exact), I found an urge to want to split myself in two. The fun side of Jorge would be able to go out with friends and the responsible side could focus on studying, homework, classes, and work.

Lately, I find myself trying to figure out a way to duplicate myself again. However, it’s so I can take on more work. Not so long ago, the industry found itself trying to figure out how to do more with less. Now, we want to do more with what we have. I’m here to tell you, through Inventor’s iLogic tool, we can!

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, iLogic, Design Automation, iLogic Design Automation, Inventor iLogic

What is Fusion 360?

by Brian Mongkolpoonsuk on Apr 7, 2017

"Why invest time in Fusion 360? Is it a glorified 3D modeler that can also create organic shapes? I hear it does CAM. Is that separate? Can I test my model with simulation? What is this thing?!"

Read on as we answer these questions and more while helping you determine how Fusion 360 can work with your current tool set. 

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Topics: Autodesk Fusion 360, Fusion 360, Fusion 360 CAM, Fusion 360 Training

How to Download and Install 2018 Autodesk Software

by Daniel Hwang on Mar 30, 2017

With Inventor, AutoCAD, Vault, and other newly released 2018 Autodesk software, we want to share the best ways to download these releases for yourself and start exploring what’s new in 2018.

We'll cover how to download the latest release from your Autodesk Account Portal, as well as a new simplified way of using the Autodesk's Desktop Application.

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Topics: AutoCAD 2018, Autodesk Inventor 2018, What's New in 2018, Autodesk Vault 2018, 2018, Autodesk Revit 2018

What's New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 - Part 3

by Eric Paul on Mar 24, 2017

 

New Measurement Tools

What is it? For our last highlighted feature, we're looking at the newly redesigned Measure Tool. One of the most common tasks used in the design process is checking the size and position of parts using the Measure Tool. In Autodesk Inventor 2018, you can now select part and component priority within the dialog box and even dock the box in numerous places in your workspace, including the Model Browser itself. The process in which you measure is not much different than it was before, but now the dialog box includes much more information, including dual units if specified.

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Topics: What's New, Autodesk Inventor 2018, Inventor 2018, What's New in 2018, Measure Tool

What's New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 - Part 2

by Yvonne Liu on Mar 23, 2017

Model Based Definition – GD&T and 3D Annotation

What is it? The demand for integration between design and manufacturing has grown and the need for more information from 3D models has become part of the design process. Based on this shift, Inventor 2018 added fully integrated Model Based Definition (MBD). Now, a user can fully design and dimension a 3D model with tolerances and further reduce or eliminate 2D documentation entirely. 

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, What's New, 3D PDF, Autodesk Inventor 2018, What's New in 2018, MBD, GD&T, Tolerance, Annotations, Model Based Definition

What's New in Autodesk Vault 2018

by Jose Paredes on Mar 22, 2017

The release of Autodesk Vault 2018 will have a major impact on user workflows. The new release includes the ability to publish in PDF format straight from the Vault Client as well as improvements to how Vault opens large assemblies and drawings. The workflow between Autodesk Inventor and Vault was also streamlined, making the process smoother for going back and forth between applications.

Take a closer look at some of our favorite new features and enhancements now available in Vault 2018.

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Topics: Autodesk Vault, What's New, What's New in 2018, Autodesk Vault 2018, Vault 2018

What's New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 - Part 1

by Nigel Ambayec on Mar 22, 2017

 

AnyCAD and Backwards Compatibility

What is it? Autodesk has continued to take steps in improving the AnyCAD functionality in Inventor. This release contains what may be the largest enhancements ever since AnyCAD’s inception. Users can now use AnyCAD workflows to leverage Inventor 2018 parts and assemblies into Inventor 2017 designs.

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Topics: What's New, Autodesk Inventor 2018, What's New in 2018, Backwards Compatibility, Interoperability

What's New in Autodesk Inventor 2018 - Overview

by Nigel Ambayec on Mar 21, 2017

The wait is over! Autodesk Inventor 2018 is now available to download and here's your first look at what's new. This year, Product Managers at Autodesk have focused much of their efforts on adding professional-grade design enhancements, an expansion to interoperability, and improvements to the user-experience.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, What's New, Autodesk Inventor 2018, Inventor 2018, What's New in 2018

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