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Bryce Ochoa

Bryce is an engineering student currently attending Irvine Valley College as a Mechanical Engineer Major.


Recent Posts

What is Advance Steel?

by Bryce Ochoa on Aug 30, 2016

In a recent webcast, our Autodesk Virtual Academy session covered Advance Steel and highlighted a number of key features available in the tool. Julio Alfaro (Autodesk Advance Steel Team) took us through some of the functionality and showed a live demonstration of what you can do in the tool. In this post, we will cover some highlights of Advance Steel that were discussed in the webcast. To see this amazing tool in action, check out the AVA session for yourself on our KETIV YouTube Channel.

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Topics: Advance Steel

How to Download the Inventor 2017 R2 Update

by Bryce Ochoa on Aug 8, 2016

Autodesk recently released the R2 update for Inventor 2017, which came with 40 new enhancements and changes to the software to improve user experience. We'll show you how to download these updates, as well as any other future updates, using the Autodesk Desktop App.

In the past, users often downloaded and installed updates via the Autodesk Application Manager. With the release of the new Autodesk Desktop App back in May comes a new set of steps for downloading and installing your updates.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, Tech Tips, Autodesk Inventor 2017, Autodesk Inventor 2017 R2

What's New in Inventor 2017 R2

by Bryce Ochoa on Aug 2, 2016

Last week, Autodesk released the Inventor 2017 R2 update which includes productivity enhancements voted on by Inventor users worldwide. Over 40 enhancements have been made in sketching, part and assembly modeling, design automation, drawings, interoperability, and presentations to help you get your work done faster and make great products. Today, I'll show you some of my favorites.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Inventor 2017, Autodesk Inventor 2017 R2

Upcoming Autodesk License Changes

by Bryce Ochoa on Jul 20, 2016

In last week's webcast, Nigel Ambayec and Joe Mouradian explained the upcoming changes to perpetual licenses that are coming at the end of July. In addition, they provided best practices so you can best prepare for the transition.

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Topics: Autodesk, Autodesk Perpetual License Update

Autodesk Virtual Academy: Factory Design Utilities

by Bryce Ochoa on Jul 13, 2016

This past Autodesk Virtual Academy covered Factory Design utilities and the workflows inside of AutoCAD and Inventor. So we're going to go over just a few of the highlights from the first half of the session. To find out more you'll have to check out the video for yourself on the KETIV YouTube channel.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, Factory, Factory Design Suite, AutoCAD 2017, Autodesk Inventor 2017

Finding Physical Properties Inside of Inventor

by Bryce Ochoa on Jun 21, 2016

This post is going take you through and explain how you can find the physical properties of a design using the Region Properties command.

The Region Properties tool is used to evaluate the area, perimeter, and the Area Moment of Inertia properties of sketch loops. It then takes all of the necessary measurements from the sketch coordinate system. The Region Properties tool then calculates the physical properties based the on the selected sketch entities.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, Tech Tips, Autodesk Inventor 2017, Physical Properties, Region Properties

Restore a Missing Vault Tab in Inventor

by Bryce Ochoa on Jun 6, 2016

One of the most common issues we run into here at the KETIV Lifeline support desk is how restore the Vault tab if it goes missing in Inventor. We'll show you three ways to solve this issue so you can get your Vault tab back.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Vault, Tech Tips, Vault Tab

New Autodesk Desktop App

by Bryce Ochoa on May 5, 2016

Users have been calling into KETIV Lifeline with concerns about the update notification they've received announcing that Autodesk Application Manager is being replaced by the Autodesk desktop app. So we felt we should address some of these concerns, as well as go over what exactly this new desktop application is.

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Topics: Tech Tips, Autodesk Application Manager, Autodesk Desktop App

Consolidating License Files for Multiple Products

by Bryce Ochoa on Apr 27, 2016

Every Network License product you own needs it's own license file and we recently showed you how you can create this file. However, if you have more than one Network License Autodesk product, you'll need to combine the license files for each of your products into one single license file. Today, we'll give you some of the Do's and Don'ts for consolidating license files, as well as provide some tips for different scenarios.

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Topics: Tech Tips, v2017, 2017, License File

How to Download Your Autodesk Software

by Bryce Ochoa on Apr 14, 2016

In the past weeks we have covered a lot of info for the new 2017 products such as new features, updating LMTools, and generating new Network License files. Now it's finally time to go over how to get your hands on the new 2017 software so you can try it out for yourself.

To start you (the user) need to first make sure that you have been granted access to the new software by your Autodesk Account administrator or Contract Manager. Once your Contract Manager has gone in and made the necessary changes you will receive an email notifying you that there has been a change to your account. For info on how to give users access follow this link.

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Topics: Tech Tips, AutoCAD 2017, v2017, Autodesk Inventor 2017, Download Software, 2017

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