Autodesk is an American multinational software corporation that creates software that is essential for all sorts of sectors, from the construction and engineering fields to the media and entertainment sector. They have developed Autodesk Inventor, one of their most prized applications, that aids in 3D mechanical design, simulation, visualization, and more.
Those that work with Autodesk Inventor are able to create 2D and 3D models, that can help to create a virtual representation of all sorts of products/structures before it is built. This can obviously help save massive amounts of time and energy when it comes to construction and infrastructure in general. In addition, the application also has applications when it comes to data management and interoperability, as well.
Autodesk Inventor has proved to be absolutely invaluable to the market when it comes to 3D mechanical solid modeling design software, product simulation, and more. It is essential when it comes to product simulation, and users who know the application can help to design all sorts of products, with the simulation actually taking into consideration parameters that normally in the past would not have been able to be considered.Ansæt Autodesk Inventor Professionals
I have created a detail 3D model of silos for cement storage having capacity of 100 tons for the detail modeling I divided the silo in three sections and then assembled them total of 32 silos were there of different diameters. The First section included the top cover plate which was mounted on I-Beam of 75x150 with thickness of 8mm & 5mm and the 6mm thick sell of 3600mm diameter and the cover plate was also 6mm with a diameter of 3700mm and the above openings of the silo were of different diameter. The cover was on top of 200x75 channel which was welded on shell of 500mm height. Also, a ring was fabricated at 400mm distance to give strength and to support the hook plate of the silo total 4 hook plate were there in the design which was 25mm thick and was supported by a pad plate o...
We need to migrate our current vault server setup into cloud. We operates Autodesk vault with multiple locations. The number of actual users vary based on the demands of current project loads. The design offices generate 3D models and 2D drawings using Autodesk Inventor 2021, which are coordinated and controlled using Autodesk Vault Professional 2021 as a PLM, based on a server within the office. The server is accessed through a vpn link and logons to both vpn and Vault UI. Due to the nature of operation between Inventor and Vault, the vpn becomes a choke point especially when working on medium and larger assemblies. So we are planned to move cloud based solution.