Sharing your Autodesk Inventor Publisher Mobile Files

April 12, 2013 By Craig Bashor Leave a comment

Here at Advanced Solutions, I just recently taught our Autodesk Inventor Publisher Essentials class and a student asked me how he would share this IPM (Inventor Publisher Mobile) file to a specific customer.

Well the solution is very simple and starts by creating your Autodesk Inventor Publisher document. Then next step is to create the Inventor Publisher Mobile file. This is done by going to the Publish drop-down and selecting Mobile option.

Next in the Mobile dialog, ensure your Title and Description is filled out and select the Save Local option.

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Live Map Service - Civil 3D 2014

April 09, 2013 By Rob Wiederman Leave a comment

In Civil 3D 2014, Autodesk has introduced a live map service to acquire satellite images. In order to use this service, the user first needs to log into Autodesk 360, and have a coordinate system assigned to the drawing. After logging in, the user simply needs to type GEOMAP on the command line.

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Tagged with Map, Autodesk 360, Infrastructure, Civil 3D

How to Request Product Media from Subscription Center

Did you know that you can still get your media on a CD, DVD or USB drive? If you are a Subscription Customer you can request the physical media (e.g., CD, DVD, or USBā€”depending on the product) for the products you have licensed on your subscription contract, directly from Subscription Center.

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Tagged with USB, AEC, Product Media, CD, Software, Autodesk, DVD

Invest in Your Workforce with State Training Incentives

April 04, 2013 By April Raque Leave a comment

Many states have incorporated financial assistance programs to encourage companies to continually educate their employees. Investing in your employees through ongoing training can become a significant competitive advantage for your firm.

Autodesk training from Advanced Solutions, an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, will take you to the next level. Plus, it may qualify your company for financial assistance from your state. These state programs have been implemented to support businesses committed to training their workforces by offering grants or tax credits that reimburse a portion of a company's eligible training costs. Each state has set forth specific criteria to qualify for the training incentives.

Here are a few of the states who are offering such programs ...

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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 - New Features

April 04, 2013 By Rob Wiederman Leave a comment

As you probably know by now, AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 has been released to the masses. I will try to summarize the list of new features that have been added or enhanced in this years version. A good place to start as always is the help files.

  • Pressure Pipe Enhancements
    • Create Network from Objects
    • Can be added to cross section views
    • Can have assigned pay items in the Parts List
    • Can be used via the data shortcut
    • Sort parts lists by size
    • New annotation options
    • Can be added to plan production sheets
  • Extract Corridor Solids
  • Data references are saved in the drawing
  • Improved interoperability with InfraWorks (Otherwise known as AIM)
  • Survey Queries Import and Export
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Tagged with Infrastructure, Civil 3D, Autodesk

Introducing Autodesk ReCap

AutodeskĀ® ReCap delivers powerful and easy to use workflow, on the desktop and in the cloud, to create intelligent 3D models from laser scans and captured photos. Rather than beginning with a blank sheet, Autodesk ReCap now enables any designer, architect or engineer to add, modify, validate and document their design process in context from existing environments.

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