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Recap: What's NEXT in Manufacturing Forum

by Yvonne Liu on Oct 28, 2016

Last Wednesday, October 19th, KETIV and Autodesk hosted a What’s NEXT in Manufacturing Forum at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, CA.

Among the presenters, Autodesk Sr. Vice President of Products, Amar Hanspal, revealed trends in the manufacturing industry and methods to stay competitive.

Let's dive into what we learned and what Autodesk has in store for the future.

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Topics: KETIV AVA, AVA Closer Look, The Future of Making Things, What's Next in Manufacturing, Amar Hanspal

Recap: In-House Vault Care Workshop 7/28

by Nigel Ambayec on Jul 29, 2016

Yesterday, KETIV Technologies hosted its first Autodesk Virtual Academy Double-Header. Aside from our normal weekly webcast at 10 am, we also hosted a special in-house workshop for a large group of local customers and AVA subscribers. The in-person event reviewed the capabilities of Autodesk’s data management tool, Vault, as well as how to maintain your particular Vault instance to prevent things like data loss and slow performance. 

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Topics: Autodesk Vault, KETIV AVA, AVA Closer Look

AVA Closer Look: Introduction to iLogic

by Bryce Ochoa on Mar 10, 2016

In a recent Autodesk Virtual Academy session, Travis Evans showed us how you can use iLogic and Configurator 360 together and how these tools can benefit both the design team and the sales team. Today we're going to take a step back and and give you an introduction to iLogic. We'll start from the beginning and show you how to use to use and configure it.

What is iLogic?

iLogic is a tool within Inventor that enables rules-driven design, making it easy for users to reuse their work, automate their design processes, and even configure their virtual products.

How does iLogic work?

iLogic implements rules as objects directly into part, assembly, and drawing files. These rules then determine and drive a parameter and attribute values for your design. By controlling these values you can designate how the attributes, features, and components of your model will behave.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, iLogic, Tech Tips, KETIV AVA, Parameters, AVA Closer Look

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