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CADZilla Jr: Effectively Building and Detailing Large Assemblies in Inventor
James O'Flaherty
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Do you work with large or very large assemblies? Do you have long load times of the model and drawing files? The speaker’s department deals with massively large assemblies that require them to use most, if not all, of the subject matter this class will cover. This class will build on and update the speaker’s Autodesk University 2015 class: "CADZilla—Taming Large Assemblies." We will visit best practices, tools, and tips for dealing with large assemblies, from how to save, activate, and detail these monsters.

Key Learnings

  • Learn best practices for large assemblies
  • Learn how to minimize the impact of large files
  • Learn how to set specific graphical options for faster load times
  • Learn how to work effectively with large assemblies

Speakers

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I have more than 37 years in the mechanical design field covering industries of automotive, power generation, industrial, consumer goods, avionics, and hazardous waste removal. I've been using Inventor software since Release 3 and was the first commercial implementation of Vault Workgroup software. Awarded Autodesk, Inc.'s, Expert Elite Member since 2014, an Autodesk Inventor Certified Professional and an Autodesk Certified Instructor. I have also been a speaker at Autodesk University 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018 as well as a Speaker Mentor for AU2017 & 2018.
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We had some questions in the class on using LOD and EOP marker on files that are in a released state in Vault. Obviously we were not able to demo and verify the process during class, but I have clarification on the topic. If you attended my class and would like to know more, please let me know here and we can discuss. In a nutshell, doing such does not adversely affect or dirty the files. Thank you to everyone that attended, hope to see you next year as well.
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