Today we released Subscription Advantage Packs for many of the Autodesk products.
If you have subscription for any of these products, head on over the the Subscription site to download the desired Advantage Pack.
With the addition of the Inventor 2011 Subscription Advantage Pack, those of you on subscription will receive enhancements around ease-of-use tools, better data interoperability, expanded tools for building product fabricators, and an expanded tooling library.
Ease of Use
- Dynamic Sectioning – Appearing as a top AUGI request, many of you have requested the ability to dynamically drag a section plane through models to better see internal detail.
- Feature auto-name – By providing better naming of features in the browser, you can select and modify their designs easier.
- Flexible drawing view orientation – You can now modify drawing views after they have been placed without the need to delete and re-creating the drawing view.
If you design HVAC components and need to streamline AEC Exchange, now you can automate the creation of BIM content through the new AEC Exchange API. The Inventor 2011 Subscription Advantage Pack includes a rich API framework for AEC Exchange allowing the ability to build your own applications which can automate various tasks inside AEC Exchange.
With the Subscription Advantage Pack you will gain enhanced support for Rhino translators, 3D DWG™ in/out, iLogic Copy Design. This makes it much easier to open and save 3D DWG files as well as import Rhino files directly into Inventor. For those of you using iLogic, you will be able to copy your iLogic models as well as remove rules when passing sensitive data to your vendors.
Inventor Tooling Expanded Content
Gain access to more mold bases and components for AutoCAD Inventor Tooling Suite and AutoCAD Inventor Professional Suite software
- Additional inch/imperial mold bases and components from popular vendors
- Expanded coverage of Meusburger mold bases and components
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