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A Guide to Inventor Bill of Materials

From basic concepts to advanced techniques, ensuring you leverage BOM for efficient project management and accurate documentation. Whether you're a beginner or looking to enhance your skills, this blog provides valuable insights to optimize your workflow and improve your product development lifecycle.
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What’s New in Autodesk Inventor

Discover the latest enhancements in Autodesk Inventor with our comprehensive overview. Learn about new features, improved workflows, and updates that can boost your productivity and design capabilities. Stay ahead in your field with KETIV's expert insights.
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PDM System Implementation in Manufacturing – A 5 Part Guide

Keep track of your data in a smart way with this 5 step guide to data management implementation blog. From planning to installation, learn how your company can easily implement a simplified data management solution.
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Autodesk Inventor Model States

This guide explores Autodesk Inventor Model States, focusing on their evolution from Level of Detail (LOD), the role of the primary model state, and their application in assembly environments. We highlight Model States' advantages in protecting intellectual property, improving design transportability, and providing precise information to stakeholders. The integration of Model States is deemed a game-changer, offering efficiency and enhanced capabilities to both seasoned and new Autodesk Inventor users.
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Brewing Success: KETIV Builds Espresso Machine from Scratch and Creates 3D Model for Autodesk’s Fusion 360!

Designing an espresso machine from scratch is no easy feat. But when KETIV was approached by Autodesk to take on the challenge, we not only constructed a functioning machine but also created a 3D model that Autodesk can use for marketing and learning purposes.  In this blog post, we’ll explore the benefits of data sets […]
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Making the Switch: A Guide to Transitioning from Your CAD Software to Autodesk

Not all computer-aided design (CAD) programs are created equal. Although the end goal of every CAD program is to facilitate design, the tools, integrations, functionalities, and platforms can differ significantly.  In this article, we’ll explore some of the unique features of Autodesk products that motivate many individuals to switch to this platform or bring it […]
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Why Digital Transformation Is Important

Ah, “digital transformation.” The go-to term for those who want to sound up-to-date on all the latest digital trends without actually having to understand them. Toss that expression into the conversation and watch heads start nodding. Is “digital transformation” a buzzword? Yes. Do business leaders use it to impress their investors, employees, and customers without […]
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Innovative Design for Manufacturing: Cutting Edge Techniques for Better Performing Products

Are you worried that one of the following challenges could destroy your company’s bottom line over the next five to ten years?  Global competition is hotting up: Access to the internet and the removal of trade barriers have made it easier for offshore competitors to produce better products, enter your market, and steal your clients. […]
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A Quick Guide to Design Automation Software and CAD Customization

CAD (the use of software to aid in the product design processes for visual product configuration) is resource-intensive across multiple dimensions. It’s slow, laborious, and requires more engineering expertise than many manufacturers can afford to allocate. Talk to any engineer, and they’ll tell you the same. Yes, CAD is a major improvement over drawing with […]
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How Product Configuration Rules and Logic Maintain Manufacturing Accuracy

Product configurators rely on product rules–a collection of definitions that determine a product’s limitations and interactions–to ensure every product is accurate and well-optimized. Without product configuration rules, users would make mistakes or configure outlandish products that could never be manufactured for a profit. When users start configuring products, there might be millions of potential configuration […]
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