Autodesk Manufacturing Community Update - October 30, 2007

Autodesk Manufacturing Community Newsletter

October 30, 2007
In this issue:


Article Article: Wishful Thinking, AUGI Style

AUGI's Inventor Wish List is an example of how Autodesk understands the value of soliciting the opinions of Inventor users. Learn more about the recent improvements to the AUGI Wish List program and how you can volunteer to help.


Tip: Convert Existing Constraints to a Joint

Converting constraints transforms assembly constraints into mechanical joints (for instance, an insert constraint becomes a revolution joint). Learn more with this helpful tip.


Tutorial: Productstream: Track File Status
TutorialInside of Vault and Productstream, you can leverage Track File Status to be alerted to updates or re-syncs. This option allows you to be alerted through a visual icon any time a file has children that need to be updated or re-synced to the latest version.

Skill Builder: Sketched Symbols

Sketched symbols can be created in a drawing or a template. Symbols created in drawings are available only in that document, but symbols created in a template are available to all drawings based on that template. Learn how to use sketched symbols.

Blog Blog: 2D Web-Based Sketching

The Autodesk Labs team is at it again with its newest addition – Project Draw. This is a free web-based sketcher that allows you to create simple floor plans, electronic-circuit diagrams, network diagrams, user interface mock-ups, and more.

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