Bridging the ElectroMechanical Design Gap with AutoCAD Electrical and Autodesk Inventor
This 30 minute session will demonstrate the electrical data exchange between AutoCAD Electrical and Autodesk Inventor, effectively bridging the gap between the 2D schematic or logical design, and the 3D physical design environments. 3D designs provide the means to visualize a design in a virtual environment before committing the resources necessary to create the machine or components in the real world. Linking the 3D data to the schematic design enables users to create harnesses and Nailboard drawings virtually saving expensive rework and scrap costs when wire bundles just don’t fit correctly. Creating a virtual design aids in the consistency of the assembly and provides data necessary to cut and manufacture assemblies effectively.
Some the Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical interface features covered include:
Catalog Browser Part Placement
Real Time Syncing of Design Data
Nailboard drawing creation
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