Do you work collaboratively or independently in AutoCAD Electrical software? If you have more than one user at your company creating drawings with AutoCAD Electrical, this class helps you understand all the ways you can reference common, shared files effectively. The class covers how to install, configure, and organize those files so that drawings easily follow established standards and appear consistent from project to project and user to user. The class digs into some key ways AutoCAD Electrical promotes standardization and shows you an effective way to implement AutoCAD Electrical that allows users to work productively and consistently from a common set of files.
- Share common libraries, databases, and other reference files effectively
- Configure the environment file to access shared locations first
- Organize your shared locations for convenient access and maintenance
- Use standard reference files to share data among users and between projects
Eric France is a Solutions Consultant for the Manufacturing Solutions Division of IMAGINiT Technologies. He has worked in their Denver office since 1998 and has had the privilege of helping hundreds of Manufacturers maximize their software investment. His Manufacturing experience goes back to his childhood, when he would help his father at his machine shop in upstate New York.His first exposure to CAD, in various forms, was in the late '80's. He has been using AutoCAD since 1992. He is proud to say his first encounter with AutoCAD Electrical was when it was still VIA WD. His career has allowed him the opportunity to learn, internalize, and promote the suite of Manufacturing tools provided by Autodesk from their release, as well as, many complimentary products from third-party vendors.With the notable exception of a 3 year paid vacation hauling Abrams tanks around Europe for the US Army... Computers, Manufacturing, and CAD have been a staple of his existence for over 25 years.
Stan Wile is a Solutions Consultant with IMAGINiT Technologies, specializing in manufacturing environments. He has implemented the Autodesk® manufacturing products with several industries including the extrusion, automotive, furniture, and custom machinery markets. He has extensive experience and a comprehensive understanding of the technical, practical business, and human dimensions of implementation. Stan is an ATC certified instructor and he provides training, support, and implementation for AutoCAD®, AutoCAD® Mechanical, AutoCAD® Electrical, Autodesk® Data Management, Showcase, Inventor, and iLogic. He also maintains an AutoCAD Electrical dedicated blog at http://myacade.blogspot.com/