If you've been wondering how to put together a dream team to connect your electrical and mechanical designs and have those connections properly maintained with data management, then this is the class for you. Not only will you learn the electro-mechanical workflow between AutoCAD Electrical software and Inventor software, but you will also learn how that workflow ties into Vault software.
- Understand the Electro-Mechanical link (EMX) file
- Discover key tips to the electro-mechanical workflow within AutoCAD Electrical
- Discover key tips about the electro-mechanical workflow within Inventor
- Understand how Vault handles the EMX files and workflow
Matthew Durst is a Senior Implementation Consultant within the Autodesk Consulting organization. His primary focus is on implementing and supporting Autodesk Vault solutions for customers across many different industries and disciplines. Past projects have included customers within Manufacturing, Architectural, Utilities and Pharmaceutical industries. Matthew’s expertise also involves working closely in development and deployment of custom applications for Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD and Vault. He also places a strong emphasis on detail and organization giving him the ability to ensure deliverables are released on time, to specification, and to the highest possible quality. Matthew is also an Autodesk Certified Instructor with excellent communication and presentation skills. Matthew has served as the technical lead in requirements gathering, planning, deployment and support phases of many projects.
• Tom has been with Autodesk Consulting since 2011, and specializing in the Manufacturing industry for over 20 years. His background has been focused on heavy machinery and material handling as well as the Utilities industry. In his role as an Implementation Consultant, Tom advises drafters, designers, engineers and administrators to find solutions to their design software needs while helping them enhance their efficiency and productivity. Tom is an Autodesk® Inventor® Certified Expert, a Data Management Implementation Certified Expert and a Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator, as well as a recognized expert consultant in the Autodesk iLogic community. Most recently, Tom has focused on both Fusion 360 consulting and working with clients developing with the Forge platform for their file viewing needs.
Tiffany Bachmeier has been an Autodesk Consultant for more than a decade. She is now leading a team focused on enterprise software management and emerging technologies. In the past, her primary focus has been as a technical consultant/instructor for AutoCAD Electrical, but she also focused on AutoCAD, Inventor, and a variety of other products in the Autodesk family. She is an Autodesk Certified Instructor and she (and team) has won awards for developing a full line of online, live, instructor-led training classes for the Autodesk manufacturing products. Before becoming a consultant she earned her bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University (MSU) and she worked in many different industries gaining valuable CAD experience, including electrical engineering, interior design/architecture, mechanical engineering, and software engineering, and she was part of MSU’s CAD Development Team. She started on AutoCAD R10 and has carried a strong passion for Autodesk products ever since.