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GK Machine: Success with Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Vault, & KETIV

by Rick Garvey on May 2, 2017

GK Machine is an industry leader helping customers in agriculture, transportation, and other markets transform bold ideas into specialty equipment with Autodesk 3D modeling software and support from KETIV.

See how GK Machine uses Autodesk Inventor and Autodesk Vault to bring their innovative ideas to life and build better products for their customers.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Vault, Vault Pro, Customer Success, Vault, Inventor, GK Machine

Unlocking Autodesk Vault Lifecycles

by Jorge Fernandez on Feb 20, 2017

As an engineer or designer, you're likely faced with the challenge of sharing data with various departments in an organized manner. The dilemma comes when others have access to too much information at the wrong time. 

In this recap of an Autodesk Virtual Academy webcast, Nigel and I reveal how to develop workflows to get from a Work in Progress to a Release state with Vault Professional Lifecycles. You'll also learn how to add and edit lifecycle states, set automatic revisions, and configure categories to set default lifecycles. Let's take a look. 

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Topics: Autodesk Vault, Vault Pro, Vault Lifecycles, Vault Professional Lifecycles

Recap: Vault Care 101 Workshop

by Jorge Fernandez on Nov 2, 2016

 

KETIV Technologies held a Vault Care 101 Workshop in our Brea, CA offices on Thursday, October 27th. Customers and Autodesk Virtual Academy subscribers were among those that attended the free event.

This workshop highlighted functionalities of Autodesk Vault as well as how to maintain your Vault to prevent data loss and downtime. Take a look at what was discussed and download a free whitepaper on lessons taught in this workshop.

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Topics: Autodesk Vault, Vault Pro, Vault, Vault Workshop

How Much Time Are You Wasting Managing Data?

by Rick Garvey on Sep 12, 2016

On average, engineers spend 15% of their time reviewing and managing data. Some even waste up to the equivalent of one day a week or more. 

With many engineering and manufacturing tools on the Windows platform, engineers feel that Windows should be plenty when it comes to managing data. The reality is, Windows Explorer wasn't made for engineers. 

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Topics: Autodesk Vault, Vault Basic, Vault Pro, Autodesk PDM, Product Data Management, PDM

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