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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

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

What's New in AutoCAD 2018

by Daniel Hwang on Mar 21, 2017

The 2018 release of AutoCAD brings new features that allow you to stay at the forefront of the design world. Create and share precise drawings with innovative productivity and collaboration tools and save time with new tools to fix broken paths for externally referenced files. The SHX text recognition tool quickly converts imported PDF geometry to text objects and you’ll also notice improvements in 3D navigation when zooming and panning.

Let’s dive right into all the new features in AutoCAD 2018 and discover how these features will have a drastic impact on your workflow.

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Topics: autocad, What's New, AutoCAD 2018, What's New in 2018

What's New in Fusion 360

by Eric Paul on Jun 27, 2016

When Autodesk created Fusion 360, they planned it a bit different then their other products. Instead of coming out with a yearly version they promised to continually update it so that everyone will alwyas have the latest version. Well, Autodesk continues to hold up that promise as they just released a large update. Check out some of the updates below including multi-asset support, a graphics performance boost, unified tool library and title block auto-populate.

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Topics: Autodesk Fusion 360, What's New

What's New in Autodesk Inventor 2017 - Roundup

by Jose Paredes on Apr 1, 2016

(Find links to all our posts and videos on the new features below)

With Autodesk releasing their new line of products there is an abundant number of new features and improvements. It almost seems like there are too many to keep up with and that’s why we at KETIV are striving to keep our customers ahead of the game.

This short video shows why.

Yesterday, through our Autodesk Virtual Academy (AVA), Loren Welch, Autodesk Product Manager, was able to give our subscribers a look at the new features Inventor 2017 is bringing us. The new features of Inventor 2017 were so interesting that it brought in viewers from all over the world, including Germany! Our viewers also brought in some interesting questions. Have you ever wanted a life like model of a person for your models? An anonymous viewer went ahead and gave us the links to GrabCAD where we can find these.

If you didn't get a chance to watch it live, watch it here:

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, v2017, Autodesk Inventor 2017, What's New in 2017, What's New

What's New in Autodesk Inventor 2017 - Part 7

by Eric Paul on Mar 31, 2016

 
 

Tube and Pipe

What is it? The Tube and Pipe environment in Inventor 2017 recieved upgrades to make your life easier. The Find in Browser context menu option is now enabled during route creation and also when placing flexible hose fittings. Two new context menu options, Offset Point, and Intermediate Point, were added to allow you to create multiple intermediate points when you route a flexible hose with fittings. Also, the message box that displays when you check a problematic bend radius has been replaced with a new Show Violations dialog box.

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Topics: Autodesk Inventor, v2017, Autodesk Inventor 2017, What's New in 2017, What's New, Tube and Pipe Environment

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