Another year has come and gone for Autdoesk University, and for us at Sigmetrix, this was an especially big year.
Over the course of 4 days, we had the pleasure of networking with many of the 10,000 attendees who work with Autodesk products every day. We met with new and experienced GD&T users alike and learned how different companies handle the important work of tolerance analysis. For those unaware of our tolerance analysis software, you can see Ed Walsh, VP of Professional Sales, chatting with AECCafe about our software technology and its contribution to Autodesk Inventor below.
This year also marks another step forward for the integration of our technology with Autodesk Inventor. Last year our GD&T Advisor powered the underlying logic of the Tolerance Advisor first introduced in Autodesk Inventor 2018, guiding users in the application of geometric tolerances to their part designs, helping to ensure that the definition was consistent with the standards, and supporting companies’ transitions to utilizing Model-Based Definition (MBD). For Inventor 2019 PDMC, we’re excited to announce that our standalone 1-D tolerance analysis program, EZtol, is available directly within Autodesk Inventor via the new Inventor Tolerance Analysis tool. With this integration users can perform tolerance stackup analysis and generate reports while they are designing their parts and assemblies, all without leaving Inventor.
We at Sigmetrix take pride in offering the most easy-to-use and accurate tolerance analysis solutions to product design teams worldwide. As part of our commitment to helping companies use GD&T effectively and correctly, we also develop and offer industry-leading training services to get teams up and running quickly. Whether your team needs a quick refresher or a full course of on-site training, we offer the best options to get teams well-versed in GD&T, tolerance analysis, and model-based design principles.
Once again, thanks to Autodesk for another great year, and we look forward to meeting even more of you in 2019!