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Rich Sanchez

Rich has a decade of practical engineering and manufacturing experience. Rich focuses on supporting KETIV Lifeline customers using his experience and understanding of the day-to-day demands of a production engineer.

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My Night With the Mudders

by Rich Sanchez on Nov 4, 2015

Recently I was given the opportunity to spend some time with a fairly selective group. Autodesk sponsored a hackathon at Harvey Mudd College and I was asked to help mentor during the event. For those of you that may not know, Harvey Mudd is a science, engineering and mathematics college in Claremont, California. They are consistently ranked among the top schools in the country and their students are among the best and brightest.

Initially I wondered how much help I could be, I mean my experience is in hardware and manufacturing and hackathons are all about software and coding right? It turns out this was MuddHacks, an annual Hardware Hackathon, and the use of Fusion 360 and 3D printing was definitely encouraged. OK, this was starting to sound like something more within my wheelhouse.

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Topics: Autodesk Fusion 360, MuddHacks, Harvey Mudd College

Restoring AutoCAD Classic Workspace in AutoCAD 2015 and Beyond

by Rich Sanchez on Jul 30, 2015

Everyone knows and loves the AutoCAD Classic Workspace, for most of us its how we learned, it's familiar and comforting. All of the tools that I need are right where I expect them to be, until of course Autodesk decides that I love the ribbon and no longer need my classic toolbars. This is exaclty what happened starting with the 2015 release, the Classic Workspace option was removed from the program.

But what if I don't love the ribbon? How can I get my Classic Workspace back? This is one of the most common questions I get and the good news is that we can fairly quickly and easily bring back the interface that you're used to.

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Topics: v2016, v2015, Autodesk AutoCAD, AutoCAD Mechanical, AutoCAD Electrical

Maintenance Subscription Program

by Rich Sanchez on Jun 11, 2015

I know it's only my second post but we're going to do something a little different this time. I recently hosted a webcast detailing the benefits of Autodesk Maintenance Subscription and I thought that this might be a topic worth discussing here.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk A360, Support, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk Vault, Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk Maintenance Subscription

This Week in Support

by Rich Sanchez on Apr 8, 2015

Hello everyone, welcome to my introductory post. I suppose we can start with a little background. I'm one of the newer members of the team here but don't worry, I have over ten years of industry experience including Product Design, Research & Development, Product Management, Production Management, and End-user Support & Training.

The plan here is to highlight support cases from our Lifeline team that might be relevant to other users. The format is a work in progress so if there is something you don’t like or something different that you want to see be sure to let me know. 

The Question:

How can I run Revit on my Android tablet?

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Topics: Autodesk A360, Support, Android, iOS, Autodesk Revit

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