Many companies already have configurators that take user input and provide product details (and sometimes even give a price and a basic drawing). With the Configurator 360 cloud-based service, you can offer your customers a real-time environment where they can manipulate models of what they are ordering and produce a variety of supporting materials in many formats. In this class we'll learn how to combine Inventor software model configuration using Inventor iLogic software or Inventor Engineer-to-Order software with tools for linking your configurator's output to the Configurator 360 service. We'll also look at the Autodesk Inventor Engineer-to-Order Server tools that can be used to directly provide models and other outputs directly back to the customer.
- Learn how to embed a configurator in your website
- Understand how to connect your configurator to the Configurator 360 service
- Learn how to recognize the differences between using Configurator 360 software and Inventor Engineer-to-Order Server software in configurators
- Understand how Inventor Engineer-to-Order Server software can pass configuration output directly back to customers