If you’re headed to Autodesk University London this year, and are an Inventor or Vault user, you may be interested in the 2 sessions that I am running.
The first once is called “Extending Autodesk Vault”. The aim of the class, is to show how to add functionality to Vault, using a tool called “Cadline Connect”. This user friendly tool from Cadline allows users to easily add automated PDF/DXF/STEP/IGES and BoM (CSV or XML) exports to Vault. In addition to this, it adds a link to Fusion Lifecycle and ERP systems like Microsoft Nav or SAP.
The second session is called “Need for Speed: 102 Productivity Hacks for Inventor“. This class is for Autodesk Inventor users old and new. It’s packed full of tips that I have learned over the last 10 years, and I’m sure that new and experienced users will walk away having learned something (I certainly learned a couple of new tips preparing the class!).
Here is a sneak peek at my slide deck.
This is a link to the official Autodesk University London class schedule: http://gems.autodesk.com/events/au-london-2018/agenda-d4123ca7489e4769a1da0ed028a7dc27.aspx?RefId=au-web-landing-page (Hint, search for “Vault” or “102” to find my classes).