Has your company decided to move toward a replicated Autodesk Vault software environment? Does your company already have a replicated environment and need to upgrade? As the administrator, you will be tasked with either of these operations. This class covers the basics of implementing replication and upgrading a replicated environment. Make your job easier!
Vault administrators who are interested in creating a replicated environment
Esta presentación mostrará como pueden trabajar e interactuar los equipos de diseño en entornos colaborativos, a través
de la gestión de los archivos y la información que se genera entorno al proyecto que se está desarrollando.Se mostrará cómo puede ayudar en este proceso una herramienta como Autodesk Vault Professional.
Like a recipe or business card, items represent things within your business. Items represent the components that the company manages, assembles, sells, and manufactures. Autodesk Vault Professional software introduces the ability to generate items and manage an item master. Within this class you will learn what items are and how to provide both engineering staff and non-engineering (no access to a CAD application) with access to the data. We will cover how to issue new stock numbers and build intelligent naming schemes. You will learn how to attach your CAD data smartly with proper property (metadata) information mapping. You will also learn how to provide a mechanism for exchange of data between Vault and enterprise resource planning (ERP), manufacturing resource planning (MRP), and product lifecycle management (PLM) systems. We will discuss release management for lifecycles and revision schemes. You will learn how to create bills of materials (BOMs) for your items. Finally, we will cover change orders and how items are integrated.
In this class, we will introduce you to the different types of bills of materials (BOMs) and show you how you can use Autodesk PLM 360 to manage them. We will discuss the different types of BOMs, such as engineering, manufacturing, and product, and how the different types will influence your solution. The class will also cover how different types of products, such as engineered-to-order, configured-to-order, or volume manufacturing, affect the BOMs. Finally, we will discuss how to get BOM data into Autodesk PLM 360 and how you can use it once it is there.
They say it takes people, process, and technology for any new implementation to be successful; my experience has taught me that the reality is exactly in that order. In this class, you will learn about our experiences in implementing and managing Autodesk Vault Professional software and training our staff to use it. Drawing on experiences from our implementation of Autodesk PLM 360, we will discuss Specialist Marine Interiors' experience throughout the implementation. You will hear what we have achieved and how we got there, including lessons learned and best practices. We will also cover the details of how to set up workspaces in Autodesk PLM 360, including configuration details and concepts.