In the latest release, Vault data management software introduced the capability to automatically publish and share 2D PDFs of drawings during the release process. In this class, we'll explore the different aspects of this new functionality. We'll take you through the steps to correctly set up this publishing process in Vault and show you the different publish options. The PDF format of a 2D design file is used in many firms to facilitate communications among engineering, purchasing, manufacturing, and other departments. We'll also teach you how to let users outside your engineering department access the PDFs for printing and other workflows. This session will feature Vault Professional data management software and Vault Workgroup, including the use of the Vault Job Processor.
- Discover the new automated PDF publishing capabilities in Vault 2018
- Learn how to set up the publishing of 2D PDFs during the release process
- Explore the different options for publishing PDFs of AutoCAD and Inventor drawings
- Learn how to control access rights, property mapping, naming, and revisioning of the published PDFs
Kamil joined Autodesk in 2011 and as a technical sales specialist he is currently supporting sales teams and channel partners in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and South-East Europe to develop data management business in the region. Prior joining Autodesk he worked for Autodesk channel partners and delivered number of successful Autodesk Vault projects.
Peter Van Avondt works for Autodesk as a Technical Specialist Data Management (PDM/PLM) in Northern Europe, based in Belgium. After graduating as a master in electromechanical engineering he joined an Autodesk channel partner as a technical consultant specialized in 3D CAD and product data management (PDM). For the last 15 years he has built up a lot of experience in variety of Autodesk design tools as well as with Autodesk Vault and Fusion Lifecycle. In his current role he uses this wealthy knowledge helping Autodesk resellers, prospects, and customers to adopt and implement the Autodesk solutions across different industries including industrial machinery, pharmaceutical, architecture, engineering and construction companies.