To BIM, or not to BIM?

February 05, 2016 By Advanced Solutions Leave a comment

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What is Autodesk Inventor R2?

November 25, 2015 By April Raque Leave a comment

For months, all anyone has talked about is R2... And for months, I've had no idea what they meant by R2. Was it a new droid in the upcoming version of Star Wars: The Force Awakens? Is it the new R2D2?

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Autodesk Vault Thin (Web) Client's New Look

October 18, 2013 By Craig Bashor Leave a comment

If you are a subscription customer for Autodesk Vault Professional 2014, you can get your hands on a new thin client. The new Autodesk Vault Thin Client 2014 has been completely redesigned to provide a superior experience when accessing a Vault through a web browser. The redesign includes Enhanced user interfaces, Customizable view functionalities, New BOM interface, and Enhanced report printing.

The first step in getting the new thin client look is to ensure that your Autodesk Vault Professional 2014 is up to date with the latest service packs and hotfixes. See the Autodesk Support for Autodesk Vault. Next you need to log in to the Autodesk Subscription website to download the Autodesk Vault 2014 Subscription Release 1.


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