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What's New in Autodesk Vault 2024

Autodesk Vault 2024 is out with a focus on enforcing standards, delivering intuitive tools and administrative enhancements

Autodesk Vault 2024 is out with a focus on enforcing standards, delivering intuitive tools and administrative enhancements. Focus on the Work Export more design formats for downstream collaboration. Create new projects from a template structure. Enforcing Standards Manage and distribute Inventor template and design data. Enforce peer review during the design process. Intuitive Tools for Collaboration User-interface enhancements for more intuitive workflows and workflow enhancements.

Authors: More features for CAD users in Vault 2024 to Focus on the Work

Job Processor: DXF and STEP

Users can export DXF and STEP files for manufacturing, suppliers, and subcontractors as part of the release process.

  • On-demand DXF/STEP publish
  • DXF/STEP publish on state transition
  • Sync LC state and revision on DXF/STEP files
  • DXF/STEP file getting created in vault to use Design Rep classification and PDF like workflow
  • DXF/STEP file publish options like PDF publish options

Copy Design Enhancements

Design re-use efficiency by reducing number of clicks to complete the workflow and pre-checks to prevent errors prior to creating a new design variation.

  • More usability by enabling Copy/Paste in the copy design numbering panel
  • Use the Copy/Paste functionality to edit multiple row values in and excel spreadsheet and then copy them to the Copy Design with one operation
  • More guidance through highlight restriction before copy operations start (property: –)
  • Export File list within the warning dialog

Copy Design BOM Enhancements

Newly copied parts can be assigned to an Item immediately after Copy Design is executed.

Copy Design updates the BOM information in part files without having to open them in Inventor first

Copy Folder Structure

You can setup a new project quickly and start with a known folder structure.

  • Users can create a project folder from a template or previous folder structure
  • Copy Folder Structure permissions and Properties

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Insert Punch Tool from Vault

Users can select sheet metal punches from Vault when they are not in the local workspace.

Browse for 3D iFeature shapes from Vault to be inserted into the sheet metal face.

Administrators: Enforcing Vault Standards for Gratere Project Compliance

Inventor Design Data & Template Management

CAD Administrator can create and deploy template updates to users easily through Vault. Users remain up-to-date with templates and design data without manual updates.

The focus in 2024 is to create an Inventor\Vault integrated experience for the Template and Design Data Files with automatic updates of Templates and Design Data within specific workflows.

Peer Review

Control the lifecycle process by requiring a different user to transition to the next state. 

With this new user requirement, you can configure the Vault State transition to require Four Eyes Check and configure multiple rules for which files require Peer Review based on property values.

Job Processor

Apply retry strategy to visualization and custom jobs to reduce administration and user disruption to re-submit such jobs manually.

  • Automatic Retry capability for failed Job
  • Specify retry strategy between 1 and 10 attempts
  • The Job Processor will retry the failed jobs automatically without manual intervention

Thin Client Admin Settings

Administrators can set default columns for all Thin Client users in Autodesk Vault 2024.

Backup/Restore Enhancements

In Vault 2024, there is more flexibility in the Vault Server backup command to assist with backing up specified data components. This enhancement helps customers with large Vault environments that cannot use the existing backup command in the Vault Server.

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Thin Client – Enhancements

Select the Vault you need at the time of signing into the Thin Client and the Vault drop-down list shows the available Vault on the Server.

  • Improve interactions and control within the Thin Client interface with control for Expanding or Collapsing All for Objects with Structure.

Advanced Search capabilities paired with a modern UI for better experience:

  • Save searches as bookmarks in the browser
  • Search individual workspaces or multiple workspaces
  • Search workspaces of choice with search parameters
  • Search current folders and sub-folders
  • Find latest version only

Inventor Read-Only Vault Add-in

The Vault Add-in in Autodesk Vault Professional 2024 is available in Inventor Read-only, so users can open files and get access to Vault data directly from Inventor Read-only allowing users to review models efficiently without going between applications.

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Connecting Autodesk Inventor with Other Software Tools for Efficient Design

Are you looking for ways to streamline your product design and manufacturing process? Autodesk Product Design & Manufacturing Collection which includes Autodesk Inventor, a powerful 3D modelling software, can be a game-changer for your business. Not only can Inventor help you create complex designs with ease, but it can also connect with other Autodesk software tools for a more efficient and integrated design process.

Here’s how Product Design & Manufacturing Collection and Inventor can connect with other Autodesk software tools to improve your design workflow:

Connected Design with Product Design & Manufacturing Collection

Inventor can be used in conjunction with other Autodesk software tools such as Revit, 3ds Max, and AutoCAD. This “connected design” approach allows for seamless data exchange between software applications, improving collaboration and reducing the risk of errors and delays.

Using Inventor and AutoCAD to improve Design and Collaboration

Inventor and AutoCAD can be used together to create 2D drawings of 3D models. This integration streamlines the design process and allows for quick changes to be made to drawings as the design evolves.

Collaboration in Navisworks

Models can be imported into Navisworks for simulation and analysis. This integration allows designers to evaluate the performance of their designs and identify potential issues before production begins.

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Connected Design with 3ds Max

Export 3D models to 3ds Max for high-quality rendering and visualization. This integration allows designers to create photorealistic images and animations of their designs, making it easier to communicate their vision to stakeholders and customers.

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Connecting Product Design & Manufacturing Collection to Revit

Inventor can import Revit models to create detailed designs for mechanical and electrical components. Revit models can also be exported to Inventor for further refinement.

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Autodesk Shared Views: Collaborate Easily with Stakeholders

Autodesk Shared Views is a cloud-based tool that enables users to share their designs and models with stakeholders in real-time. It simplifies the review process by allowing users to share a link to the Shared View, where reviewers can access the design directly in their browser. Shared Views supports multiple reviewers and provides markup tools for collaboration. The tool also includes version control features for tracking changes and viewing previous versions. Being cloud-based, Shared Views requires no software or hardware installation, making it accessible from any device with an internet connection.

How Autodesk Inventor Helps You Achieve BIM Interoperability

Autodesk Inventor simplifies BIM workflows and enhances collaboration with other stakeholders by providing BIM interoperability tools. These tools allow you to create, import and export BIM data in various formats, enabling you to work more efficiently with software like Revit and Navisworks. Inventor’s BIM Content Creation, BIM Content Import, BIM Project Review and BIM-to-Fabrication tools provide accurate and consistent designs. These tools can be used in conjunction with the Product Design and Manufacturing Industry Collection, which includes additional software tools. Start using Inventor’s BIM interoperability tools today to streamline your workflow and deliver better projects.

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Revolutionizing Electronics Design: How Autodesk Inventor's PCB Interoperability Tools are Changing the Game

Autodesk Inventor is a powerful CAD software that offers a range of advanced features for mechanical and electrical design. One of the most valuable features for electronic designers is the ability to work with printed circuit boards (PCBs) directly in the software. With Autodesk Inventor’s PCB interoperability tools, users can streamline their design process and create more accurate designs.

Inventor’s PCB Interoperability Tools

Inventor offers a suite of tools for working with PCBs, including:

  • ECAD-MCAD Collaboration
  • PCB layout import
  • Design rule checking
  • Export to Manufacturing

Additionally, Inventor’s ability to import and view PCB layouts from other software tools enables designers to work with existing designs and make any necessary changes in a 3D environment. This feature saves time and improves accuracy.

Finally, Inventor’s comprehensive design rule checking tool ensures that the design meets industry standards and identifies any potential errors before the manufacturing process. This feature reduces the risk of costly errors and ensures that the design is accurate and ready for production.

Product Design & Manufacturing Collection Connected Matrix

SoftwareDescriptionFile TypeCommandImport/ExportLink
Inventor3D mechanical design software used for creating detailed product designs and engineering documentationIPT, IAMOPEN, MODEL, DRAWING, PUBLISHImport: DWG, DXF, STEP, IGES, SAT, CATIA, SolidWorks, Pro/E, NXExport: DWG, DXF, STEP, IGES, SAT, CATIA, SolidWorks, Pro/E, NX
AutoCAD2D and 3D computer-aided design software used for creating blueprints, schematics, and modelsDWG, DXF, DWFDRAWING, MODEL, VIEW, PLOTImport: DWG, DXF, DWF, PDF, STEP, SAT, IGES, STLExport: DWG, DXF, DWF, PDF, STL, OBJ, FBX
Fusion 360Integrated CAD, CAM, and CAE software used for product development and manufacturingF3D, IPT, IAMOPEN, MODEL, DRAWING, CAMImport: DWG, DXF, STEP, IGES, SAT, SolidWorks, Pro/E, NXExport: DWG, DXF, STEP, IGES, SAT, SolidWorks, Pro/E, NX
Alias AutoStudioIndustrial design software used for creating and visualizing product designsOBJ, STLOPEN, MODEL, RENDERImport: IGES, STEP, STL, OBJ, SolidWorks, CATIA, Pro/EExport: IGES, STEP, STL, OBJ, SolidWorks, CATIA, Pro/E
NavisworksProject review software used for 3D coordination, model analysis, and clash detectionNWD, NWFOPEN, APPEND, EXPORT, PUBLISHImport: DWG, DWF, DGN, IFC, SKP, FBX, 3DS, OBJExport: DWF, DWFx, NWC, NWF, FBX, 3DS, OBJ
      
HSMWorksIntegrated CAM software used for programming CNC machinesIPT, IAMSETUP, TOOLPATH, POSTImport: DWG, DXF, STEP, IGES, SAT, SolidWorks, Pro/E, NXExport: DWG, DXF, STEP, IGES, SAT, SolidWorks, Pro/E, NX
Nastran In-CADFinite element analysis (FEA) software used for simulating and analyzing product designsNAS, OP2OPEN, ANALYSIS, RESULTSImport: IPT,

Interoperability between design and analysis software

Import/Export: Inventor supports a variety of file formats for import and export, including STEP, IGES, and SAT. This flexibility allows for easy data exchange between Inventor and other software tools, improving collaboration and reducing errors.

Collaboration

By connecting Inventor with other Autodesk software tools, designers can create complex designs with ease, reduce errors and delays, and streamline the design process. With improved collaboration and data exchange, the product design and manufacturing process can be more efficient and cost-effective.

In conclusion, Autodesk Inventor is a powerful tool that can be used in conjunction with other Autodesk software tools to improve the design workflow. By following the tips outlined in this article, you can optimize your design process, reduce errors and delays, and create high-quality designs that meet your business needs.

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Connected Electrical Design with Autodesk Product Design & Manufacturing Collection

Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical are two of the most popular software applications used in engineering design, particularly in electrical and electronic design automation. While each has its own strengths, combining these two powerful tools can lead to even greater design efficiency and productivity. In this article, we will explore how Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical work together, focusing on the EMX project, syncing files, and how they can be combined with Fusion 360 for advanced PCB design.

Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical: Combining Forces for Better Schematic Design

Introduction to Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical

Autodesk Inventor is a 3D modeling software used primarily for mechanical engineering design. It allows users to create precise 3D models of mechanical parts, assemblies, and even entire machines. On the other hand, AutoCAD Electrical is a specialized software used for electrical engineering design. It provides a comprehensive set of tools for creating and modifying electrical control systems, wiring diagrams, and other related documentation.

The EMX Project: Enhancing Design Efficiency and Productivity

The EMX Project is an add-on for AutoCAD Electrical that enables users to create 3D representations of their electrical schematics in Autodesk Inventor. This makes it possible to visualize the electrical components in 3D space, making it easier to detect potential design issues before fabrication. The EMX project also allows users to import Inventor models into AutoCAD Electrical, giving them a more realistic representation of the actual components used in their designs.

Syncing Files Between Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical

Another advantage of using Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical together is the ability to sync files between the two applications. This allows users to transfer 3D electrical harness models from Inventor to Electrical or vice versa, as well as easily update changes made in one application to the other. This seamless integration not only saves time but also ensures accuracy and consistency in design documentation.

Combining with Fusion 360: Taking PCB Design to the Next Level

Fusion 360 is a cloud-based CAD/CAM platform that allows users to collaborate on projects in real-time. It integrates with both Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical, enabling users to bring their schematic designs into the 3D modeling environment of Fusion 360 for more advanced PCB design. This integration streamlines the design process and helps eliminate errors by providing a seamless workflow from schematic design to PCB layout and manufacturing.

How to Get Started with Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical

To get started with Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical, users need to have a basic understanding of electrical engineering principles and practices. They also need to have access to both software applications, as well as the EMX Project add-on for AutoCAD Electrical. Additionally, users can benefit from online training resources, tutorials, and forums provided by Autodesk to help them master the software.

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Revolutionizing Electronics Design: How Autodesk Inventor's PCB Interoperability Tools are Changing the Game

Autodesk Inventor is a powerful CAD software that offers a range of advanced features for mechanical and electrical design. One of the most valuable features for electronic designers is the ability to work with printed circuit boards (PCBs) directly in the software. With Autodesk Inventor’s PCB interoperability tools, users can streamline their design process and create more accurate designs.

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How to Achieve Connected Design with Autodesk Inventor and Eagle (Fusion 360)

Look no further than Autodesk’s connected design solution between Inventor and Eagle. This powerful combination allows for seamless collaboration between mechanical and electrical design teams. Autodesk Eagle, now a part of Fusion 360, is a popular PCB design tool that offers a range of powerful features to create schematics, layout designs, and manufacturing outputs. By integrating Eagle with Inventor, designers can easily incorporate PCBs into their mechanical assemblies and optimize the fit and function of their designs. 

One key advantage of using Inventor and Eagle together is the ability to maintain a “single source of truth” for your design data. With the integration, design changes in one tool can be automatically propagated to the other, reducing the risk of errors and ensuring consistency across the design process. Another benefit of this connected design approach is the ability to visualize the PCB and its components in a 3D mechanical assembly context.

This allows designers to check for potential interferences, optimize the placement of the PCB and its components, and ultimately achieve a more efficient and cost-effective design. To get started with connected design between Inventor and Eagle, simply import your Eagle board file into Inventor.

From there, you can place the PCB into your assembly and start working on the integration with your mechanical components. Changes made to the PCB in Eagle will be reflected in Inventor, and vice versa.

Inventor’s PCB Interoperability Tools

Inventor offers a suite of tools for working with PCBs, including:

ECAD-MCAD Collaboration

This tool allows electrical and mechanical designers to work together seamlessly by importing 3D models of the PCB into Inventor. This tool eliminates the need for physical prototypes and enables designers to test the fit of the PCB in the mechanical assembly.

PCB layout import

Inventor can import and view PCB layouts from other software tools such as Eagle, Altium, and OrCAD. This feature allows designers to view their designs in a 3D environment and make any necessary changes before finalizing the design.

 Design rule checking

Inventor offers a comprehensive design rule checking tool that allows designers to check their PCB designs against a set of predefined rules. This feature ensures that the design meets industry standards and helps identify any potential errors before the manufacturing process.

Export to Manufacturing

Once the design is complete, Inventor can export the PCB design to the manufacturing process. This feature ensures that the design is accurate and ready for production.

Seamless Integration: How Autodesk Inventor and Fusion 360 Work Together for Streamlined PCB Design

https://www.autodesk.com/redshift/pcb-design-with-fusion-360/Autodesk Inventor and Fusion 360 are both powerful design tools that can be used for a wide range of applications. While Inventor is known for its advanced 3D design capabilities, Fusion 360 is a comprehensive product development platform that allows designers and engineers to work together in a collaborative environment.

One of the ways that Inventor and Fusion 360 work together is through their interoperability with PCB design software. In particular, Fusion 360 includes an integrated PCB design tool called Eagle that can be used to create schematics and layouts for printed circuit boards. By leveraging the power of Eagle and the design capabilities of Inventor and Fusion 360, designers can create complex PCB designs with ease.

One of the key benefits of using Inventor and Fusion 360 for PCB design is the ability to work in a connected design environment. This means that designers can collaborate in real-time with other members of their team, including electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, and other stakeholders. This collaborative approach can help to streamline the design process and reduce errors, ensuring that the final product is of the highest quality.

Another advantage of using Inventor and Fusion 360 for PCB design is the ability to import and export data between the two platforms. This means that designers can easily move between the two tools, leveraging the strengths of each platform as needed. For example, designers can create a 3D model of a PCB in Inventor, then import the data into Fusion 360 to add electrical components and wiring.

To get started with using Inventor and Fusion 360 for PCB design, users should first become familiar with the basic workflows and tools of each platform. They should also explore the various integration points between the two tools, including the ability to import and export data, collaborate in a connected design environment, and use the integrated Eagle PCB design tool within Fusion 360.

Why Use Autodesk Inventor for PCB Design?

Autodesk Inventor’s PCB interoperability tools make it an ideal choice for electronic designers. The ability to work with both mechanical and electrical designs in the same software environment streamlines the design process and eliminates the need for multiple software tools. This feature also enables designers to test the fit of the PCB in the mechanical assembly, reducing the risk of errors and rework.

Additionally, Inventor’s ability to import and view PCB layouts from other software tools enables designers to work with existing designs and make any necessary changes in a 3D environment. This feature saves time and improves accuracy.

Finally, Inventor’s comprehensive design rule checking tool ensures that the design meets industry standards and identifies any potential errors before the manufacturing process. This feature reduces the risk of costly errors and ensures that the design is accurate and ready for production.

In conclusion, the interoperability between Autodesk Inventor and Fusion 360, along with the integrated Eagle PCB design tool, makes these tools an excellent choice for designers and engineers looking to create complex PCB designs. By working together in a connected design environment and leveraging the strengths of each platform, designers can create high-quality PCB designs in a fraction of the time it would take with other tools.

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Autodesk Vault Vs Windows Explorer – Renaming Files

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Autodesk Vault Vs Windows Explorer - Renaming Files

This Autodesk Vault Vs Windows Explorer post looks at the common workflows in both systems when it comes to renaming a file. Typically when a a file is renamed it is either named differently because their is a variation, or perhaps the design intent has changed and there may be a need to modify the filename or it is copied and the requirement to have a unique filename exists.

File Management

Renaming Files in Windows Explorer

When renaming within a Windows Explorer environment, as long as the file is not opened, you can simply left click or right-click > rename and change the filename as long as the same filename does not exist in the same file path.

There are 3rd party tools to batch rename as well of you need to change a filename in bulk.

Windows Explorer File Renaming Challenges

Using Windows, users experience the following challenges:

  • Reference management may fail as the filename in the reference file path has changed
  • Changing multiple files can be time consuming
  • Updating the part number or other metadata, properties or attributes within the file. While we can rename the file, if we need to also rename the metadata within that file, we need to go into each file that needs to be modified, make the changes, save, exit and repeat for each file that needs a similar metadata change.

Renaming in Vault

With Vault, you can rename files and metadata within the file a couple ways:

  • Rename Wizard
  • Edit Properties
  • Copy Design
 

Rename Wizard

By selecting a file or files, then right-clicking the mouse button, you can select the rename command to launch the rename wizard.

Autodesk Vault’s Rename Wizard gives you the following options:

  • Add more files to rename
  • Add a Prefix and/or Suffix or Increment
  • Modify the filename
  • Update the Part Number
  • Numbering Scheme (for Vault Professional environments)
 
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Using the Rename Wizard in Vault

Edit Properties

Like the Rename Wizard in Autodesk Vault, you can bulk update properties through the Vault Explorer without needing to open files individually.

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Editing Properties in Vault

Opening Files That Have Been Renamed

Windows Explorer

The issue with opening referenced files that have been renamed is matching the file reference. No big deal when it’s one, but if there are hundreds or more, the process can be mind numbing and time consuming.

Autodesk Vault

When files are renamed in Vault and opened in CAD, Vault tracks the change and ensures the reference to any other files are maintained, giving users more time to focus on design rather than file administration. 

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Modern File Workflow Management Saves Time & Tracks Changes At Defence Contractor Daronmont Technologies

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Modern File Workflow Management Saves Time & Tracks Changes At Defence Contractor Daronmont Technologies

Automating tired design document and file management processes can transform a business in more ways than one. Read on to see how defence contractor Daronmont Technologies engaged with Design Consulting to improve its manufacturing processes.

With rapid growth and an expanding team of designers, Australian defence product engineering firm Daronmont Technologies was looking to further improve process efficiency with automation of design document and file management.

Manual processes and disconnected workflows resulted in a lot of time spent working with CAD files and publishing export file formats for production. And in manufacturing, design delays can have a flow on impact on orders, production, and deliveries.

Adding to the challenge were compliance and security problems. If multiple staff wanted to access the same dataset there was limited security or access control structure, opening the possibility of files being modified without an audit or revision trail.

Ensuring that the published data was created based on the latest CAD design is crucial for Daronmont.

Improved File Handling Was An Immediate Goal

With multiple people working on developing the product design, the team at Daronmont called for a better approach to structure and automate design export assets.

For example, if a team member needed to process more than 100 files, exported in a mix of formats, it was a largely manual process taking upwards of eight hours depending on the complexity of the files.

A more modern, less time-consuming system that leveraged the existing Vault Pro database for file handling was the clear goal. 

John Dineen, Senior Draftsperson and Drawing Manager at Daronmont Technologies, said using Autodesk brings many time, quality and data control benefits; however, revision control of product design documents is a must in a multi-user environment.

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Design Consulting Stepped In With Automation

As an Autodesk customer, Daronmont Technologies has been designing unique products for some time and uses the Vault Pro product data management solution to extend automation throughout the business.

The company worked with the Design Consulting team to implement custom automation tools for data management and job processing alongside Vault Pro.

Design Consulting Managing Director, Damien Jovica, said manufacturers like Daronmont Technologies have a good opportunity to use automation to improve what they already have.

“We integrated our JP-Pro app to automate file management, making file export processing on multi-page documents less manual and time-consuming,” Jovica said.

JP-Pro provides a mix of automated and manual (on demand) publishing options to export a range of file types, including pdf, dxf, step and parasolid.

In addition to JP-Pro, a Visio plug-in for Vault was used to synchronise AutoCAD Electrical schematics and Visio Shape Data to Vault Properties. This eliminated the need to manually enter and map the data in Vault for Visio files, thus saving time and reducing errors.

Automation Workflow Is Essential For Modern Manufacturing

The resulting business outcome for Daronmont Technologies was an immediate improvement in efficiency and a significant decrease in operating costs.

With a modern manufacturing automation workflow, staff are less burdened by manual file handling and this new level of efficiency enables faster product development and more creativity.

“Design Consulting worked with us to ensure their apps worked in a way that helped our entire business,” Dineen said.

Daronmont are also benefiting from improved document control compliance and enhanced security.

“Adding automation to manual workflows has delivered instant results for defence contractor Daronmont Technologies,” Jovica said. “By making use of Autodesk and our add-ons the company has saved time and money and reduced its exposure to errors.”

Daronmont Technologies is now better positioned to innovate faster across its engineering portfolio.

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      Autodesk Vault Vs Windows Explorer – File Management

      Compare Autodesk Vault to using windows explorer
      Compare Autodesk Vault to using windows explorer

      Autodesk Vault Vs Windows Explorer - File Management

      In the first post of the Autodesk Vault vs Windows Explorer Blog Series, we take a look at the differences between Autodesk Vault and Windows Explorer when it comes to file management and how users store, find files, create files and folders.

      File Management

      Windows Explorer File Management Processes and Techniques

      When managing CAD or BIM data using AutoCAD, Inventor or Revit in a Windows Explorer, Network Server or even Cloud Storage environment, users typically:

      • Store data in folders
      • Sort data or projects by folder
      • Descriptive filenames that are complex and long are used to understand what the file is and what it contains
      • Find files by clicking through folders and sub-folders or searching by file name
      • Have a centralised library of content center files, xrefs, blocks, templates, etc.
      • Create multiple ipj files (for Inventor) to manage projects or isolate project specific files
      • Updating files and the file metadata on a batch scale using 3rd party tools, such as Inventor task scheduler

      Windows Explorer File Management Challenges

      Using Windows, users experience the following challenges:

      • Complex folder and sub-folder structures based on agreed upon rules or company standards
      • Understanding what a filename means to know what the file contains
      • Having to open the file or multiple files to find the right file/s.
      • Managing folder and filenames characters when the 255 character folder/filename limitation becomes an issue
      • Wasting time looking through folder structures to find the ‘correct’ file
      • Understanding which files reference the file you want to modify.
      • If there are duplicates, which file is the right file.
      • Using files across projects. In an Inventor environment, doing this while managing ipj files and reference errors can also become challenging.
      • Renaming or updating files on a batch scale can be laborious 
      • The time it takes windows to search and find the files is time consuming
      • Windows finds other files that may not be related
      • You can’t see the metadata or file properties that are stored within the CAD file
      • Unless the filename includes the version or revision, it’s difficult to understand if it’s the latest file
      Autodesk Vault vs Windows Explorer - searching for a file side by side comparison
      Autodesk Vault vs Windows Explorer - Side by side comparison when searching

      Vault File Management

      Using a SQL database, Vault managing folder and file entries, queries and file attributes, changing the way files are managed from relying on manual standards, file naming and folder structure procedures to leveraging file metadata and visualisation.

      Using Vault, users can still use traditional folder and file naming methods to find files or by using advanced searching criteria, metadata and visualisation, users can the right file.

      In the scenario below, we know the file name contains 558, it’s an ipt file and who created it, so by using this criteria, we can filter through the folder structure very quickly to isolate which file/s we are looking for. Search results can also be saved for future use too.

      Autodesk Vault explorer user interafce
      Autodesk Vault Explorer User Interface

      Folder Management

      Like Windows, using the Project Explorer interface, users can create folders, sub-folders and (also new files) also use numbering schemes, Vault properties, datasheet, categories, version controls and lifecycles to manage the folder and its contents.

      Tools to find the right file in Vault

      Now that we have found what files have met the search criteria, amongst other tools in Vault, we can use these tabs to give us more insight into the file:

      • Search Results – view the results, file category, stage, compliance and any other associated metadata you want to view
      • Properties – displays all the properties associated with the file
      • History – provides an thumbnail, it’s version, revision, historical state and other meta data
      • Where Used – Lets you know which files are referencing the selected file before you start editing it and making changes to the file.
      • View –  without needing to open the file, a user can view a 3D model (pan, rotate & zoom) or 2D drawing, measure, see markups, create cross sections and utilise all the other tools available in the Autodesk Viewer that is used in other Autodesk management tools such as Fusion Teams and Autodesk Construction Cloud.
      Autodesk Vault saved search Moving at the Speed of Business
      Autodesk Vault - View tab lets you preview a 3D model in Vault
      Autodesk Vault visualisation viewer lets you preview the model in 3D before opening it
      Autodesk Vault - View tab lets you preview a 3D model in Vault
      Autodesk Vault - where used allows users to understand where the file is being used as a reference
      Autodesk Vault - Where Used Tab lets you see which other files are referencing the selected file

      Autodesk Vault File Management Video

      Watch the video below to see how easy it is to find files in Autodesk Vault.

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      Autodesk Vault Vs Windows Explorer

      Compare Autodesk Vault to using windows explorer
      Compare Autodesk Vault to using windows explorer

      Autodesk Vault Vs Windows Explorer

      When using CAD software such as Autodesk AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor, the natural choice is to use the Windows Explorer environment and store files and manage projects and data in Windows folders.

      User who use Windows folders can experience limitations and need to do more manual operations compared to using Autodesk Vault to manage their data, however, what are the differences between these two ways of working and is the time and money spent on implementing a new system less than the time spent working in Windows folders?

      The answer an overwhelming yes from Vault users, and this blog series will demonstrate the differences, so if you are unsure of why you should stop how you are managing your CAD data in Windows, this blog should answer those questions. 

      What's the Difference?

      Here’s the main differences when working in Autodesk Vault and Windows:

      • File Management – How do you store and find files and metadata
      • Reference management – How the systems manage file references such as when files like dwg xrefs are linked into a dwg in an AutoCAD project or with Inventor Assemblies, how sub-assemblies, parts and drawings are managed.
      • Renaming Files – How do you rename a file or a batch of files and how it affects other files that reference the renamed file.
      • Copying Files – Copying existing files from existing projects and re-using designs.
      • IPJ file management (Autodesk Inventor) – Inventor uses IPJ project files and the way they are used in both systems differ.
      • Attributes/Properties – How users modify the attributes/properties of files
      • Version Control – How versions are managed
      • Concurrent Design – How do you work on the same project and files
      • Collaboration – How do you collaborate with other team members

      File Management

      Windows Explorer File Management Processes and Techniques

      When managing CAD or BIM data using AutoCAD, Inventor or Revit in a Windows Explorer, Network Server or even Cloud Storage environment, users typically:

      • Store data in folders
      • Sort data or projects by folder
      • Descriptive filenames that are complex and long are used to understand what the file is and what it contains
      • Find files by clicking through folders and sub-folders or searching by file name
      • Have a centralised library of content center files, xrefs, blocks, templates, etc.
      • Create multiple ipj files (for Inventor) to manage projects or isolate project specific files
      • Updating files and the file metadata on a batch scale using 3rd party tools, such as Inventor task scheduler

      Vault File Management

      Using a SQL database, Vault managing folder and file entries, queries and file attributes, changing the way files are managed from relying on manual standards, file naming and folder structure procedures to leveraging file metadata and visualisation.

      Using Vault, users can still use traditional folder and file naming methods to find files or by using advanced searching criteria, metadata and visualisation, users can the right file.

      In the scenario below, we know the file name contains 558, it’s an ipt file and who created it, so by using this criteria, we can filter through the folder structure very quickly to isolate which file/s we are looking for. Search results can also be saved for future use too.

      Autodesk Vault explorer user interafce
      Autodesk Vault Explorer User Interface

      Autodesk Vault vs Windows Explorer - File Management Blog Post

      Click the button below to learn more about how Autodesk Vault manages files compared to using Windows Explorer

      Reference Management

      Windows Reference Management

      When files are referenced within a file such as an xref in AutoCAD and Revit or iam, ipt and idw in an Inventor iam

      Windows Vs Vault

      Here’s the main differences when working in Autodesk Vault and Windows:

      • Reference management – How the systems manage file references such as when files like dwg xrefs are linked into a dwg in an AutoCAD project or with Inventor Assemblies, how sub-assemblies, parts and drawings are managed.
      • Renaming Files – How do you rename a file or a batch of files and how it affects other files that reference the renamed file.
      • Copying Files – Copying existing files from existing projects and re-using designs.
      • IPJ file management (Autodesk Inventor) – Inventor uses IPJ project files and the way they are used in both systems differ.
      • Attributes/Properties – How users modify the attributes/properties of files
      • Version Control – How versions are managed

      Renaming Files

      Here’s the main differences when working in Autodesk Vault and Windows:

      • Reference management – How the systems manage file references such as when files like dwg xrefs are linked into a dwg in an AutoCAD project or with Inventor Assemblies, how sub-assemblies, parts and drawings are managed.
      • Renaming Files – How do you rename a file or a batch of files and how it affects other files that reference the renamed file.
      • Copying Files – Copying existing files from existing projects and re-using designs.
      • IPJ file management (Autodesk Inventor) – Inventor uses IPJ project files and the way they are used in both systems differ.
      • Attributes/Properties – How users modify the attributes/properties of files
      • Version Control – How versions are managed

      Copying Files

      Here’s the main differences when working in Autodesk Vault and Windows:

      • Reference management – How the systems manage file references such as when files like dwg xrefs are linked into a dwg in an AutoCAD project or with Inventor Assemblies, how sub-assemblies, parts and drawings are managed.
      • Renaming Files – How do you rename a file or a batch of files and how it affects other files that reference the renamed file.
      • Copying Files – Copying existing files from existing projects and re-using designs.
      • IPJ file management (Autodesk Inventor) – Inventor uses IPJ project files and the way they are used in both systems differ.
      • Attributes/Properties – How users modify the attributes/properties of files
      • Version Control – How versions are managed

      IPJ File Management

      Here’s the main differences when working in Autodesk Vault and Windows:

      • Reference management – How the systems manage file references such as when files like dwg xrefs are linked into a dwg in an AutoCAD project or with Inventor Assemblies, how sub-assemblies, parts and drawings are managed.
      • Renaming Files – How do you rename a file or a batch of files and how it affects other files that reference the renamed file.
      • Copying Files – Copying existing files from existing projects and re-using designs.
      • IPJ file management (Autodesk Inventor) – Inventor uses IPJ project files and the way they are used in both systems differ.
      • Attributes/Properties – How users modify the attributes/properties of files
      • Version Control – How versions are managed

      Attributes/Properties

      Here’s the main differences when working in Autodesk Vault and Windows:

      • Reference management – How the systems manage file references such as when files like dwg xrefs are linked into a dwg in an AutoCAD project or with Inventor Assemblies, how sub-assemblies, parts and drawings are managed.
      • Renaming Files – How do you rename a file or a batch of files and how it affects other files that reference the renamed file.
      • Copying Files – Copying existing files from existing projects and re-using designs.
      • IPJ file management (Autodesk Inventor) – Inventor uses IPJ project files and the way they are used in both systems differ.
      • Attributes/Properties – How users modify the attributes/properties of files
      • Version Control – How versions are managed

      Version Control

      Here’s the main differences when working in Autodesk Vault and Windows:

      • Reference management – How the systems manage file references such as when files like dwg xrefs are linked into a dwg in an AutoCAD project or with Inventor Assemblies, how sub-assemblies, parts and drawings are managed.
      • Renaming Files – How do you rename a file or a batch of files and how it affects other files that reference the renamed file.
      • Copying Files – Copying existing files from existing projects and re-using designs.
      • IPJ file management (Autodesk Inventor) – Inventor uses IPJ project files and the way they are used in both systems differ.
      • Attributes/Properties – How users modify the attributes/properties of files
      • Version Control – How versions are managed

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      Connect PDM and PLM with Autodesk

      Fusion 360 Manage

      Fusion 360 Manage

      Fusion 360 Manage with Upchain: Cloud PLM and PDM that easily connects your data, people and processes. 

      Fusion 360 Manage with Upchain is a true cloud-based SaaS solution for PDM and PLM. It delivers data and process management capabilities that enable manufacturers to digitally transform product development and collaboration workflows.

      Fusion 360 Manage with Upchain allows you to connect your entire organisation, including your PLM and PDM systems. You can connect across multiple departments and international locations seamlessly, helping you bring your products to market with speed. Using cloud data and process management, you can:

      • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders
      • Maintain one single source of truth with your latest product data

      Why use Fusion 360 Manage With Upchain?

      • Get the full picture of all data from all sources. Integrate your processes and do more with your data.
      • Give everyone access to the data they need. Provide secure access to rich CAD data and solicit feedback from internal and external stakeholders without requiring CAD licenses for reviewers.
      • Collaborate without barriers across multiple teams, suppliers, customers or other partners any time, from any location.

      What can you do with Fusion 360 Manage With Upchain?

      • Enjoy the flexibility to start quickly and scale easily over time.  Scale up and down as needed with modular processes and tailored workflows without having to implement customised coding.
      • Bring all your product data together in one place with an open system.  Create a single source of truth for all your product data including different file types with multi-CAD integrations and an open API.  Pull in upstream and downstream data from a range of systems including ERP or CRM systems.
      • Access your data from anywhere at any time. Access and review designs, view bill of material items, change lifecycle states, manage change orders and more all from a mobile device.

      Fusion 360 Manage With Upchain Options

      There are multiple versions of Fusion 360 With Upchain including:

      ProfessionalFusion 360 Manage with Upchain Enterprise
      For organisations with enterprise level needs. It has all the features of the professional version, plus a sandbox environment, it caters for third-party users, single sign-on and includes expanded cloud storage.

       

       Professional Fusion 360 Manage with Upchain Professional

      The best option for power users and design engineers. Integrate your CAD tools with PDM. Create and manage BOMs, workflows, workspaces, templates and engineering changes.

       

      fusion 360 manage with upchain standard thumb 788x444 1 Moving at the Speed of BusinessFusion 360 Manage with Upchain Standard
      Suitable for both extended engineering and non-engineering teams. Harness the full capabilities of PLM. Define and manage your processes, workflows, engineering changes, workspaces and templates.

      ParticipantFusion 360 Manage with Upchain Participant
      Suitable for management, project stakeholders, data consumers and ticket-raisers. View documents, create and run reports, participate in workflows and view dashboards.

      Not sure which option is best for you? Want more information?

      Complete the enquiry form below or contact us to discuss Fusion 360 Manage with one of our experts.

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      Export Bills of Materials with JP-Pro for Autodesk Vault

      JP Pro for Autodesk Vault Professional is an advanced job processor to automate publishing on files on-demand or automatically on change state, bom export, email notifications and more.

      Export Bills of Materials with JP-Pro for Autodesk Vault

      Using the JP-Pro plug-in for Autodesk Vault Workgroup and Vault Professional, users can automatically export Bills of Materials from Autodesk Inventor assemblies through Vault.

       

      JP Pro export bills of materials from Inventor Professional assemblies

      JP-Pro is an advanced Job Processor for Autodesk Vault that automates jobs for Autodesk AutoCAD products and Inventor Professional and Microsoft products and one of the functions of JP-Pro for Autodesk Vault is the ability to export bills of materials from Autodesk Inventor assemblies through Vault Workgroup and Professional by using the Job Processor.

      One of the unique features of JP-Pro is the ability to export a bill of materials from an Autodesk Inventor assembly (iam) file to either excel, csv or xml file through Vault so users can then use that data in other systems.

      It does that by configuring the Job Processor to initiate a bill of material export on lifecycle change state or by manual trigger.

      When the user changes the lifecylce for example to released, JP-Pro will send the instruction to the Vault Job Processor to export the Bill of Materials in the configured format.

      Users can also initiate an export on maual trigger by selecting or multi-selecting a range of Autodesk Inventor assembly files (iam), RMB (right mouse button) click and selecting BOM export.

      Not only does JP-Pro export bills of materials but also exports many other formats, connects meta data between files and sends user notifications.

      Click here to learn more about JP-Pro

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      What’s new in Autodesk Vault 2022

      Vault 2022 Moving at the Speed of Business

      What's New in Autodesk Vault 2022

      The Vault team has worked on bringing a more modern, connected and insightful experience in Vault 2022.

      With a focus on features per persona and roles within the company, enhancing how users are connected to design data and better integration and better access for participants who need access via the desktop or mobile devices.

      Show Details in Dockable Window

      Inside of Inventor, Autodesk has added an Integrated data experience to access and organise all design information in a dockable panel.

      Inside of this panel, the designer can see where a design is used before making changes.

      The designer can assign an Item and derive engineering BOM information within the environment without leaving the application.

      In addition, they can access Change Order information related to the design to understand why change has been triggered & the goal of the change request.

      Released Date and Approver Properties

      Autodesk has added the Latest Approver and Latest Released Date properties which can be exposed in revision tables and title blocks.

      Vault 2022 Track Released Data Moving at the Speed of Business

      Model States

      • Check In, Open/ Place operations support model state
      • Assign Item for each model state
      • Manage BOM variants

      Inventor and Revit Interoperability

      The Inventor and Revit interoperability provides the option to check-in and archive Revit files referenced within Inventor assemblies.

      In Inventor, Revit files can be used by selecting them in the Open from Vault and Place from Vault dialogs. This gives the designer the ability to update Inventor models that references Revit models seamlessly.

      Duplicate Reduction

      • Exclude mirror parts
      • Identify the exact match
      • Exclude different materials
      • Advanced metadata search combined with geometric search
      Vault 2022 Duplicate Reduction Moving at the Speed of Business

      Administrators

      Based on our Vault Pro customer analytics, more than 70% of the customers enable Active directory integration with Vault user & group management.

      To align with other Autodesk services, you might be leveraging today like Shared Views, Fusion 360, or BIM 360, Vault 2022 supports Autodesk ID Authentication as an additional option along with Vault User and Active Directory support. With multi-authentication support, an administrator can choose the best way for the Vault users to log in and access the data.

      Vault 2022 adds the ability to include profile attributes to user and group profiles similar to user-defined properties on files, folders, and items. These attributes can be user locations, departments, divisions, or any other custom attribute you might want to manage.

      These profile attributes can be mapped to Active Directory properties for quick access and easy management.

      Lastly, administrators can configure friendly display names inside Vault to quickly identify who created or modified objects. The friendly display name can also be mapped to title blocks and other file properties for improved record keeping.

      Additional Audit Logs

      • Track who (user) has accessed What (vault name) and when (date and time)
      • Track how user authenticate and which client did the user used
      Vault 2022 Additional Audit Logs Moving at the Speed of Business
      Vault 2022 Replication Moving at the Speed of Business

      Replication

      Vault 2022 has a new replication technology, so that the Publisher is the only read\write location in the environment. This change improves usability by eliminating the need for object Ownership and improve replication stability and reliability.

      Participants

      The Thin Client has been improved for Participants for a more modern experience.

      • Support desktop as well as tablets
      • Multiple tab browser support
      • New View tab to view 2D/3D designs using the Autodesk Viewer
      • Access Change Order Information
      • Support folder/ project links
      • Multi-select to View & Download
      • Share desktop or web browser links

      The Thin Client user has access to Change Order information, folder\project links, the ability to multi-select files for viewing or downloading.

      Users can also share desktop or web browser links via email.

      Vault 2022 Thin Client Moving at the Speed of Business

      Mobile App

      The Vault mobile app for Vault Professional allows users to use a tablet or mobile device to:

      • View 2D/3D designs
      • Check non-CAD files in and out
      • Review, approve, and sign documents
      • Perform QR, barcode, simple, and
        extended searches
      • Create and participate in change orders,
        and more.

      Design Consulting are the Vault Experts

      Design Consulting has considerable experience in deploying Vault on-premise and in the cloud and have our own advanced Job Processor for Vault.

      If you are looking at deploying Vault for your business, contact us to learn more.

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