Vault software products specifically support Inventor software’s iPart/iAssembly factory and member file management. This class will have practical examples that will illustrate and unveil the secrets from basic file management tasks up to advanced workflows like partial revision of families. Experienced Inventor software users and product data management administrators will learn recommended setup and configurations to capitalize on the full capabilities and benefits managing and consuming component families. The class will discuss file structures, setup of family tables, and the implementation of file and item numbering schemes for family members. Follow considerations and implementation scenarios to drive CAD and item bill of materials. Another important aspect is to manage component families over larger periods of time. Get introduced to revision management and all file management tasks like rename, move, and copy. We will also cover Inventor file migration for vaulted families. This session features Vault Professional, Inventor Professional, and Vault Workgroup. AIA Approved
CAD managers, PDM managers and IT managers. Advanced users with CAD and PDM management or key user point of views.
Markus Köchl was born in 1967 in Munich, Germany, and is well known in the Central European Autodesk, Inc., reseller and customer community. After starting at Autodesk in 1999, he has continuously contributed to customers’ success implementing 3D CAD and product data management (PDM) solutions for more than 15 years. He also has experience in implementation, customization, and automation of CAD and PDM solutions products of Dassault SolidWorks. In his current role as solutions engineer for PDM/PLM (product lifecycle management), Köchl covers Vault software and all of its interfaces. He helps Autodesk resellers, prospects, and customers to analyze and optimize workflows and practical approaches in the management of engineering data and downstream processes. He studied mechanical engineering and science of work, and he worked as a CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) machinist and designed tooling equipment for several years. In his last role before diving into the CAD/ PLM world, he managed a manufacturing branch and introduced an enterprise resource planning system.
Peter Van Avondt works for Autodesk as a Technical Specialist Manufacturing in Northern Europe, based in Belgium. After graduating as a master in electromechanical engineering he joined an Autodesk channel partner as a technical consultant specialized in 3D CAD and product data management (PDM). For the last 15 years he has built up a lot of experience in variety of Autodesk design tools as well as with Autodesk Vault and Fusion Lifecycle. In his current role he uses this wealthy knowledge helping Autodesk resellers, prospects, and customers to adopt and implement the Autodesk solutions across different industries including industrial machinery, pharmaceutical, architecture, engineering and construction companies.
Have you ever wondered why managing your AutoCAD Electrical software libraries has to be so difficult? What about your catalog database? Over the course of this class, you will learn how to capitalize on Vault software to manage your libraries, your process of creating and editing your library symbols, and much more. We will also discuss the new SQL method of managing your catalog. This session features AutoCAD Electrical and Vault Professional.
The First Order has risen and will stop at nothing to get to your data. Vault software security can be complex and confusing if you do not understand how it works. This class is essential for administrators who want to learn the different security models within Vault software. The main focus of the class will be to cover object- and lifecycle-level security. Learn how object-level security sets or denies access to objects for users or groups. Learn how lifecycle-level security sets or denies access to objects based on the state of the object. Finally, learn how object and lifecycle state security are combined to work together to control object access, which is new in Vault 2017 software. Leave with the knowledge needed to awaken your security needs and restore peace and justice to your Vault software. Defend against the First Order. This session features Vault Professional, Vault Office, and Vault Workgroup.
On several occasions during my time here at Autodesk, Inc., I’ve been asked: "What about Vault reporting? Oh, and how do I do that?" If you're asking that question too, this is definitely the class for you . . . but with a twist. We're not going to use Vault software reporting tools to do Vault reporting. Many people are now using Data Analytics tools to provide reporting on their data, and Vault software is no exception. In this class, we'll use tools like Tableau and Microsoft Power BI (Business Intelligence) to provide reporting on Vault features like workflow, lifecycles, checkouts, project reporting (entire folder stats), and statistics that talk about data authors and the associated states. This session features Vault Professional 2017.
What does it take to strategize and implement an efficient CAD and Vault software environment? Standards, communications, and consistency: the 3 keys to an efficient CAD and Vault software environment. This lecture is about how to build, implement, and run a highly technical CAD arena to produce and sustain small to large CAD designs. This discussion pertains to Vault software startups; small, medium-size, or large companies; and those that have been using Vault software for some time. This session features Vault Professional, Vault Office, and Vault Workgroup.
A 2D sheet metal design using Inventor software is easy, scalable, and cheap. After the sheet metal design process is complete, production of the sheet metal design needs to be optimized to reduce cost and time. The same part/assembly designs that are created and stored in Inventor software can be used to drive cutting tools for all types of cutting machines. This session will cover the process of programming cutting tools to cut material in the most efficient manner possible using TruNest Multi-Tool software. The specific topics covered will include: maintaining design intent and revision control through direct link to Inventor software or Vault software; extracting 2D flat-pattern shapes from each sheet metal part automatically; nesting shapes together on each material to get maximum material efficiency using TruNest Multi-Tool software; and postprocessing the nested result for a variety of different styles of cutting machines. The postprocessor optimizes the machine cycle to maximize machine throughput and reduce wear on consumables. This session features TruNest Multi-Tool, Inventor Professional, and Vault Professional. AIA Approved
This wildly successful franchise is back for a third time at Autodesk University. Meet and have an open discussion with a panel of data management avengers from Autodesk, Inc. Be ready to discuss a number of subjects, and bring your questions for us to discuss and advise. This session features Vault Professional, Vault Basic, and Vault Workgroup. AIA Approved
With Vault Data Standard 2017 software, further workflows have been simplified so you can get more with less. In this class, we will cover the changes applied in Vault Data Standard 2017 software, and see how you can use those changes in the context of project requirements. We will see how categories and numbering schemes can play together with Vault Data Standard software, how custom objects benefit from the new Vault Data Standard 2017 software, how with simple rules you can cover typical workflows, and some more news. This session features Vault Professional and Vault Workgroup.
This session will focus on the know-how of the implementation and use of Vault software in an architecture, engineering, and construction company for civil engineering projects. The speaker will share experiences on the steps leading to the successful implementation of Vault software across the entire company. He will specify the key levels of the implementation and use of Vault software, and the gains at each level. He will provide actual examples of how programming can expand the possibilities of different levels, making the work even more efficient. The session will include a discussion of the actual benefits of Vault software (project plus Vault equals X% rise in efficiency and quality, which in turn leads to money savings). The speaker will present return-on-investment analysis results. This session features Vault Professional and AutoCAD.
Sun Tzu posits, “Every battle is won or lost before it’s ever fought.” When it comes to product lifecycle management and product data management (PLM/PDM) adoption in your company, no truer words have ever been spoken. Setting the executive stage, preparing and scoping the project(s), and defining key adoption milestones and criteria are crucial components to transforming your organization into a global manufacturing juggernaut. Experts from Autodesk, Inc., will teach you how to approach the definition, scoping, estimating, and adoption of PLM/PDM processes in your organization. Take a behind-the-scenes tour of how Autodesk Global Services approaches helping you get there with Fusion Lifecycle software, Vault software, and our many authoring tools. Your competitors are all chasing “design anywhere, build everywhere.” We’re here to help you get there first! This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle), Fusion Lifecycle, and Vault Professional.
Vault software has had some major enhancements in the last year, especially in areas such as security, licensing, item and bill of materials, and more. This class will give you an overview of some of these enhancements. This session features Vault Professional.
Join a roundtable discussion on the challenges and solutions for managing CAD standards. Engage in a discussion on how we are, how we could, and how we should be managing block libraries, line styles, and templates—both internally and between organizations. We will delve into technologies currently on offer, from AutoCAD software standard functionalities to Vault software, Buzzsaw software, Network shares, and third-party technology, and we’ll explore the options around custom development. This session features AutoCAD and Vault Professional.<br/><br/>
The future of Building Information Modeling (BIM) is closed loop lifecycle management (CL2M). With the availability of cost-effective radio frequency identification (RFID) sensors to get real-time data, and automatic receivers linked with databases, we can make use of the Internet of Things (IoT) to enhance the built environment. To use CL2M in projects, we have to start within the design phase (beginning of life), and then use this data in the maintenance phase (middle of life). In this course, we will model and use data for a tunnel design and construct project to ensure the requirements and the lifetime of prestressed parts. With the help of Vault software, AutoCAD Civil 3D software, and Navisworks software, you will learn how to make use of real-time sensor data inside of your BIM models. Using these tools, you can implement RFID tags in your design (for example, Dynamic corridor solids with property data) and connect to external databases (in this example, Excel) communicating with sensors used in the field to measure construction requirements and feeding this info back into the lifecycle. This session features Navisworks Manage, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and Vault Professional. AIA Approved