September 27, 2007
Article: Autodesk University 2007 – Experience it for yourself
At AU 2007, you’ll be empowered with training, resources, and contacts to help you realize your best ideas and achieve success in today’s rapidly changing marketplace.
Tip: Rename Assembly Browser Display
Sometimes browser display names are overwritten to something other than the file name. In a small assembly it isn’t that hard to rename a few items. However, if you're working on a several hundred part assembly, it could take all day just to update your browser to the file names that somebody had overwritten.
Inventor of the Month: SkidTek Ltd.Member Discussion: Relocating Vault Server
September's Inventor of the Month, SkidTek Ltd., is an Ireland-based designer and manufacturer of modular processing and purifying systems for the pharmaceutical industry. SkidTek manufactures its processing equipment fully assembled modules, or skids, to minimize on-site fabrication.
A community member needs to relocate his entire Vault server to a new physical server because the original server will no longer be used. He is considering backing up the entire Vault and creating a new Vault on a new physical server and restoring it to the new Vault. Read what the peer group said.
Blog: Switch to AutoCAD Electrical Boosts Manufacturer
An interesting article by Kenny Dunhoft of R.A. Jones and Co., a manufacturer of high-speed packaging equipment, explains that one of the key factors in their success was developing in-house expertise.
Tutorial: Refresher Course on In-line Work Features
Read this tutorial by Jay Tedeschi to get a refresher course on in-line work features.
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