Autodesk® Inventor® Content Center Library Advanced Management
Lecture    MA1904
Alessandro Gasso
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In this class, we will present several workflows for customizing Autodesk Inventor software Content Center libraries. The topics we will cover are based on the most common questions from Inventor users about customizing Content Center libraries. We will focus on the Material Guide and how to transfer family properties in custom properties; synchronize part number and description; and set the file name, browser display name, and part number for Content Center parts on insertion. We will also cover editing Content Center standard and custom family templates and updating the components already inserted.

Key Learnings

  • Create linked families with different materials
  • Edit the Content Center family template and update the components that are already inserted
  • Transfer family properties into custom properties
  • Get the desired file name, browser display name, and part number for Content Center parts on insertion


 Alessandro Gasso
Alessandro Gasso
Alessandro Gasso is currently employed as Premium Support Specialist within Autodesk’s Premium Support Services – Global Services department. In his past eleven years with Autodesk he worked as Product Support Specialist for Inventor, supporting mainly South European Customers and Partners. Then, he has led for two years, the EMEA Inventor Product Support Team. In the last year, Alessandro was the EMEA Technical Lead of the Inventor product. Alessandro is a coauthor of the “Being Inventive” Inventor blog. Prior to Autodesk he worked for seven years as Mechanical Designer for a company in the Defense industry, using products as AutoCAD, Mechanical Desktop and Inventor. Alessandro is a native from Italy; he speaks English, Italian, French, Spanish and Portuguese and holds a Masters in electro-mechanical engineering from the University of Naples.

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