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Inventor Factory Suite – Creating a Asset

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We take a look at creating a asset with the tools provided with the new Autodesk Inventor Factory Suite.  A asset is really just a library part file or assembly file specially created for the factory environment.  It will allow you to select floor position of your item, connection points so other items can easily be constrained with a single pick and also allows you to utilize custom parameters to change position of your items within the environment itself.  Let’s take a look at creating an asset with Autodesk Inventor Factory Suite.

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Inventor Factory Suite – Creating a Asset

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Sharing and Reusing Descriptions with AutoCAD Electrical

One of the most time consuming task when working with controls design is adding descriptions for our devices and the task of checking these descriptions for proper spelling and consistency throughout a project. This problem becomes a greater challenge when multiple people may be working on a given project. Once again AutoCAD Electrical can save us time applying descriptions and also greatly reduce time spent checking descriptions when everyone is sharing a library that host all descriptions we may use as a company. One of my favorite lines “type it once, never have to type it again”. Let’s take a look
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