Managing your Licenses | How do I change my Autodesk License Type?

We all know the issue; Your licenses have changed and as a result, you need to manage your Autodesk License Type. This is especially tricky when it comes to already installed Products after the contract is changed to Named User (Sign-In) type.

In this simple guide, we will take you through the basics of License Type Management.

Managing your Autodesk License Type for software versions older than 2016

For any versions older than 2016, simply reinstall the product.

Managing your Autodesk License Type for 2017, 2018, 2019 software versions:

Firstly, you will need to delete the following file.

C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\CLM\LGS\Product_Key_Version.0.0.F\LGS.data
Or, simply delete any folder under “LGS”

Finally, open the product.

 

Managing your Autodesk License Type if you have 2020 & 2021

software versions:

First, open Task Manager and “End/Kill” AdSS0.exe process in ‘Details’ tab.

Next, open Command Prompt (cmd.exe) by entering in Windows Search box.

Once you have done this, copy and paste the following:

“C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Autodesk Shared\AdskLicensing\Current\helper\AdskLicensingInstHelper.exe” change -pk Product_Key -pv Version.0.0.F -lm “

Or

“C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Autodesk Shared\AdskLicensing\Current\helper\AdskLicensingInstHelper.exe” change -pk Product_Key -pv Version.0.0.F -lm USER

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Using Templates in Inventor CAM #Techtalk

Using Templates in Inventor CAM

One of the lesser-used features of Inventor CAM is creating and using templates. If a component has strategies that can be replicated onto another, irrespective of geometry then creating a template can reduce programming time considerably. It is simply a case of highlighting the required strategies right-clicking and saving as a template.
It’s then a case of opening up the second model, right-clicking on the setup, and selecting create from the template. The entire template can be selected or just individual features if required, those strategies can now be modified by selecting the geometry changing the tools, verifying heights, or changing cutting depth.
A real benefit of this feature is the reduction of the time it takes to create numerous strategies, therefore, improving your workflow.

 

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Our software solutions, consultancy, training and technical support are some of the best in the industry. With a wealth of experience and knowledge, Quadra specialises in helping businesses adopt efficient and effective design workflows, innovate and embed data management solutions. We pride ourselves on our consultative approach to working with customers as their technology partner. For more information about Quadra please contact us.

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Part Repetition in Inventor CAM

Part Repetition in Autodesk Inventor CAM

Part Repetition is a common goal in manufacturing. Multiple parts in the machine table, improved workflow, and faster manufacturing time. A simple straightforward way of achieving this is to use the pattern feature. To do so select the operation that you wish to repeat right click and select add to the pattern. You can then select the pattern type be it linear or circular for example.

For linear you need to set the direction. This can be selected on the edge of the component, sketch density or to a workplane.

Part Repetition

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Inventor CAM

The spacing and instances can then be modified as can the direction and the order, be it by tool or by operation.
If uniformed spacing cannot be achieved and you prefer to use multiple dating positions such as g54 g55 and so on then open up the setup folder, select the post process tab and activate the multiple WCS offsets box.
You can then nominate the number of instances and the offset increments as well as tool and operation order, just as you did with patterns.

Upon completion, the outputted programme will now call up multiple offsets enabling you to manufacture as many components as you wish, each of them using an individual workpiece coordinate.

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Our software solutions, consultancy, training and technical support are some of the best in the industry. With a wealth of experience and knowledge, Quadra specialises in helping businesses adopt efficient and effective design workflows, innovate and embed data management solutions. We pride ourselves on our consultative approach to working with customers as their technology partner. For more information about Quadra please contact us.

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Effective PCB design | How to ensure your PCB Trace Widths are Effective

Sarah Santangelli takes us through the importance of Trace Widths and what they mean for your PCB design.

What is Trace Width?

Trace widths

Trace width is an important design factor in PCB design. PCB trace could be analog, digital or power, from one junction to another.

The junction can be the pin of a component, a branch off of a larger trace or plane, or an empty pad or test-point intended for probing. Trace widths are often measured in mils, or thousands of an inch. A standard trace width for an ordinary signal (no special requirements) may be in the 7-12 mil range and be as long as a few inches, but there are many things that should be considered when defining the width and length of a trace.

Efficient Trace Width

To ensure effective operation in transmitting signal and power the importance of PCB Trace Width and resistance is crucial. So, what steps do you need to take?

Determine the standard track width to be used

  • It is important to balance the standard track size to be used within the design. Too narrow and too close means there is a higher chance of it shorting. If they are too wide and far apart, it can restrict the number of tracks in a given area and this may force the use of additional planes in the boards to ensure the PCB design can be routed. It is a balancing act that needs to be right.

 

Consider track size for lines carrying current

  • The thin tracks used in today’s printed circuit boards can only carry a limited current. Consideration needs to be given to the size of the trace for any that carry power rails rather than low level signals. The table below gives some track widths or a 10degree C temperature rise for different thickness copper boards.

 

RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM CURRENT FOR PCB TRACE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
WIDTH FOR 1 OZ BOARD
(THOUS)
WIDTH FOR 2 OZ BOARD
(THOUS)
1105
22015
35025

Fix the printed circuit board pad to hole ratio and size

  • At the beginning of the PCB design it will be necessary to determine the pad and hole dimensions. Typically a ratio of about 1.8: 1 (pad : hole) is used, although sometimes a pad 0..5 mm larger than the hole is used as the measure. This allows for hole drilling tolerances, etc. The manufacturer of the bare PCB will be able to advise on the standards that are required for their process. The ratio becomes more important as the size of the pads and holes reduces, and it is particularly important for via holes.

Determine PCB pad shapes

  • Component libraries associated with PCB CAD systems will have libraries for the schematic and PCB footprints for the different components. However these may vary according to the manufacturing process. Typically they need to be large for wave soldering than for infra-red reflow soldering. Thus the manufacturing process needs to be determined before the design starts so that the optimum pad sizes can be chosen and used on the PCB CAD system and hence on the printed circuit board itself.

 

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TechTusday – Autodesk Inventor Constraint Limits

 

Inventor Constraint limits are something that not every Inventor user is aware of, but something that is very useful when working with assemblies.

In short, constraint limits allow a part to be constrained to another part but also allow it to move, at the same time restricting the assembly’s movement to a certain point. This is where most of the Autodesk Inventor users would use the “Contact Solver” which is a resource-heavy function, whereas a constraint limit is just a parameter and is much easier on CPU and RAM usage.

Constraint limits can be found in the “Place Constraint” dialog box. Expand the window by clicking the two arrows and you will be presented with a couple of options to limit the constraint.

Inventor Constraint Limits

 

 

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Our software solutions, consultancy, training and technical support are some of the best in the industry. With a wealth of experience and knowledge, Quadra specialises in helping businesses adopt efficient and effective design workflows, innovate and embed data management solutions. We pride ourselves on our consultative approach to working with customers as their technology partner. For more information about Quadra please contact us.

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What’s New for eCADSTAR 2021 – Live Webinar

eCADSTAR PCB design software 2021 release is here. eCADSTAR 2021 benefits from greater functionality and efficiency-enhancing tools to help support your PCB design. Join the webinar to find out more about how eCADSTAR is adding to its time-saving tools and providing with you more functionality and improved features to make your designs better.

What’s New for eCADSTAR 2021  – Webinar

The webinar will cover:

  • New Creepage Check feature
  • SPICE Controller feature to enable the Schematic application to interface with LTspice
  • RINF & EDIF Import
  • and many more exciting enhancements

What’s New for eCADSTAR 2021 Webinar  |  17th June 2021, 10am |

 

 

More about eCADSTAR

eCADSTAR

  • Fully manage your design process from start to finish in a consistent environment.
  • A common user interface and centralized unified library.
  • Define design constraints and variants in the schematic and propagate it throughout the PCB design and routing process.
  • Identify library changes and designs updates with powerful library functionality.
  • A modern, intuitive and fully-customisable user-interface to help delivery design efficiencies

eCADSTAR – BUILT TO HELP YOU DELIVER RESULTS

  • PCB DE64-bit computing
  • Mouse and touch screen operation
  • Powerful graphics, enabling users to design in a native 3D environment
  • Advanced Collaborative design, allowing design activities to occur concurrently
  • 2D and 3D environments
  • Multi-core processor

For more information about eCADSTAR please contact us

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Quadra Solutions Ltd specialise in design and data management software solutions for the manufacturing, construction, engineering and PCB design industries. Quadra is an accredited training centre and specialists in  PCB design.  Our software solutions, consultancy, training and technical support are some of the best in the industry. With a wealth of experience and knowledge, Quadra specialises in helping businesses adopt efficient and effective design workflows, innovate and embed data management solutions. We pride ourselves on our consultative approach to working with customers as their technology partner. For more information about Quadra please contact us.

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PCB Library Management | What is it and Why does it Matter?

PCB layout design is not rocket science, but it does take time to do right. By taking the time to review your designs before you create your layouts, you can resolve issues early enough to lower costs and production time. PCB Library Management is a critical part of this.

What is PCB Library Management?

Data preparation and library management are time-consuming activities. They are however a crucial part of the process and if not done correctly can severely impair the success of the project. From the inclusion of library parts to the collation of datasheets for each item, the importance of appropriate data preparation and library management cannot be overstated. Some PCB design bureaus will offer this service, but some won’t so it’s important to understand what is required before work commences. Some companies will expect fully CAD-generated schematics, but many can also work from hand-drawn sketches if required. This initial planning plays a very important part especially when it comes to communicating your plans.

In order to understand what a good PCB library administrator can do for you, you need to know what they can’t do, as well. The primary features are time savings, and guaranteed accuracy. If you’re a smaller shop or freelancer, saving time by paying a librarian may not be in your best interest. If you’re with a service bureau juggling multiple designs, outsourcing parts for creation saves you time and money.

PCB libraries are supposed to help you do this, but the wrong library setup can turn the PCB layout process into a sponge that absorbs your R&D time and resources. Good PCB library administration can prevent your great board designs from becoming nightmares, but what is PCB library administration?

What does PCB Library Management involve?

When you hear the word “components”, it’s natural to think about ICs, LEDs, resistors, and all the other electronic hardware that goes into building a PCB. But in terms of PCB design software, there is a lot of information that goes into any component. Every component has an associated symbol, footprint, pin arrangement, and other properties that are used by your PCB design software. With so many components available on the market and with electronics companies producing new components, managing a component library becomes one of the important duties of a PCB designer. Designers commonly create customized components for use in their designs, including footprints and simulation models.

Bringing this information together so that you can take your PCB from design to production requires the best design software on the market. When you work in a unified design environment, your design software will seamlessly integrate your components libraries with your schematic library, and updates to your components libraries are easily passed to your schematic.

Managing Your Digital Libraries

Library management is a broad term that refers to managing component, supplier, life cycle, and schematics for use in your design. With the massive number of components on the market, no one has time to compile information in these libraries on their own. There are many companies that specialize in creating software that compiles this information for you, making you more productive and allowing you to spend more time on your designs.

Component libraries contain more than just a long list of part numbers. A great component library should contain associated schematics symbols, footprints for your layout, SPICE models for use in simulations, and electrical specifications. These libraries also include 3D models for use in a 3D viewer. When all of this information is compiled in a single interface, it greatly streamlines the design process. Component libraries also need to contain associated supplier information, including costs, lead times, and suitable replacements. This gives you the information you need to generate parts lists and a bill of materials for your manufacturer.

Why is it Important to Manage your Digital Library?

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Managing your digital libraries takes more than just maintaining lists of components and schematics. Your libraries need to synchronize with component supplier information and life cycle management tools. Life cycle management tools give you the information you need to replace obsolete components with suitable replacements. All of these tools work best when they are integrated into a single environment, rather than being separated into different modules.

Some PCB design software packages allow you to create new libraries that contain a specific list of most often used components. When you have a library that grows to 1000’s of components, updates to components are almost never seamless. Especially when you use software that operates with disparate component models. Digital libraries should be created with users and user-intention in mind, with access to the resources and knowledge required from the library.

Badly prepared data and library management can also create added complexities when locating appropriate elements and parts for the design. Many companies will do the hard work for you – collating datasheets for each device where library parts don’t exist and verifying them to ensure there are sufficient legible dimensions for the new part to be created.

Translating between updated versions of your software can wreak havoc on your component library. An update can change the file structure of your component library, forcing you to organize and update your components manually. Some software packages have a components information system that helps you manage your libraries, but you have to purchase this as an add-on. There is no reason such a critical tool shouldn’t be included in your PCB design software.

PCB Library Management is about more than just updating footprints and symbols in schematics. You need to leverage supply chain availability and lifecycle information to ensure your designs remain up to date. Imagine opening up that PCB you created 6 months ago and sending deliverables to your manufacturer, only to find that half of your parts are unavailable or obsolete. Lifecycle states allow you to catch and replace obsolete parts in your designs.

Unified Digital Library Management

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Working in a unified design environment means more than just presenting all the tools you need in a single piece of software. Data management in a unified design environment uses unified component models that can be reused when you define new components. These component models should serve as templates for new components, saving you time.

Your design software should also help increase productivity by providing updates to component libraries and supply chain information. Designers shouldn’t have to spend time scouring the internet for component updates or supply chain information. They shouldn’t have to rely on an unreliable 3rd party service for these critical updates. A unified design environment allows you to seamlessly transfer any updates onto your schematics.

If you need to make revisions to the footprint of a unified component, your PCB design software should present a visual side-by-side comparison of footprint changes. Any symbol, pin arrangement, and schematic changes should be easy to compare as well. The same idea applies to component templates. This ensures that component changes within your library will be accessible to everyone in your organization.

Many components share common properties, such as capacitance, mounting style, and rated voltage. When you work with a great component manager, you can assign these properties to individual components easily within a single interface. As well as adding them individually to each component, you can also use the Attribute Manager tool to add them to multiple components. Your circuit board and your digital libraries can be managed into effective content creation and storage.

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PCB Library Management in eCADSTAR

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The eCADSTAR Library Editor provides a complete solution for creating and editing symbol, footprints and part information for PCB design. Integrated into the eCADSTAR framework, Library Editor shares the same set of user interface and configuration settings as other applications in the Zuken family. This makes it easy to learn and maximises productivity during product development.

Working in a unified design environment links your component libraries, schematic libraries, component models, simulation tools, bill of materials, and layout tools within a single design interface.

eCADSTAR has partnered up with many Suppliers & Electronic Component Information Providers such as Findchips, SamacSys, Ultra Librarian & SiliconExpert. These services are fully integrated into eCADSTAR. Spend more time designing and less time searching for parts and supply chain risk information.

eCADSTAR’s database library has excellent searching capabilities allowing you to filter by Part Name, Class, attributes and much more. The search features allow you quickly sift through a massive component library. As a result, you will only locate the components you need for your design including previews of symbols and footprints. Manage your circuits better with a stronger digital library system.

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eCADSTAR

  • Fully manage your design process from start to finish in a consistent environment.
  • A common user interface and centralized unified library.
  • Define design constraints and variants in the schematic and propagate it throughout the PCB design and routing process.
  • Identify library changes and designs updates with powerful library functionality.
  • A modern, intuitive and fully-customisable user-interface to help delivery design efficiencies

eCADSTAR – BUILT TO HELP YOU DELIVER RESULTS

  • PCB DE64-bit computing
  • Mouse and touch screen operation
  • Powerful graphics, enabling users to design in a native 3D environment
  • Advanced Collaborative design, allowing design activities to occur concurrently
  • 2D and 3D environments
  • Multi-core processor

For more information about eCADSTAR please contact us

What’s New for AutoCAD 2022 – On Demand Webinar

What’s new for AutoCAD 2022

It’s that time of year again when we look and the exciting new features available within AutoCAD and this year AutoCAD 2022 once again drives design forward with connected workflows and automation that lets you focus on what matters most: creating great designs. Watch the AutoCAD 2022 Webinar now.

Packed full of value, AutoCAD including specialized toolsets offers CAD software that is trusted by millions, provides access to seven industry-specific toolsets with automation to speed work. It also includes the AutoCAD web and mobile apps to access the power of AutoCAD anytime, anywhere, and includes cutting-edge new features. Transforming how you work, new features like Trace and Share turn the review process on its head.

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What’s new for AutoCAD 2022 – On Demand Webinar

In this webinar we shall be taking you through the different toolsets AutoCAD 2022 has to offer and summarise what tasks they are best suited for. The webinar is divided into three categories; CAD Automations – looking at how the toolsets can help improve your workflows; Seamless Connections – identifying how your teams can be connected by the cloud and using mobile device solutions; and Continuous Innovation – guiding you through the new features included in AutoCAD 2022 and AutoCAD LT 2022.

Learning Outcomes

  • Viewers will be able to identify what software is included with a subscription of AutoCAD 2022
  • Understand the different AutoCAD solutions for desktop, web, and mobile device working
  • How to use cloud applications with AutoCAD 2022
  • Learn about the new features included in both AutoCAD 2022 and AutoCAD LT 2022

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  • With a single AutoCAD subscription, work anywhere and stay connected to your DWG™ files on any platform—desktop, web, or mobile.

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The Foundations of Good Design with Autodesk Vault

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Think of all the essentials you rely on daily: your home, your phone, your refrigerator. Now, think about your design and engineering work and all the essential tools you rely on. Is Autodesk Vault PDM on your list? If you’re not using Vault for product data management, it’s likely that you don’t know why you should—because people who use Vault can’t imagine being as productive without it.

Effective Data Management is crucial.  Ensuring all participants in engineering and business workflows have the correct information available helps reduce costly errors and avoid unnecessary rework. In this blog, we take a look at the top 10 reasons companies use Autodesk Vault Data Management in their design flows.

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Autodesk Vault – Making Good Design Better

During this webinar, you will learn why Autodesk Vault is essential to good design by helping you achieve such benefits as:

  • Fewer product errors
  • Faster processes
  • Reduction in lost documentation
  • Faster response times

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Our software solutions, consultancy, training and technical support are some of the best in the industry. With a wealth of experience and knowledge, Quadra specialises in helping businesses adopt efficient and effective design workflows and data management solutions. We pride ourselves on our consultative approach to working with customers as their technology partner. For more information about Quadra please contact us.

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Impact of Manufacturing on the Construction Industry | On-demand webinar

Globally, in our modern world, our better understanding of the impact of traditional working methods across different industries on the environment, society and the world economy clearly demonstrates that we cannot continue as we have done in the past. But what is Impact of Manufacturing on the Construction Industry?

manufacturing and constructionSince the start of the new millennium, we have endured one of the worst economic crises the world has ever seen, declared an environmental emergency, and suffered from the most devastating pandemic in recent times. These three events alone have caused us to rethink and reevaluate how we live and operate.

The Impact of Manufacturing on the Construction Industry

Where some industries have been left crippled and on the brink of extinction, others have thrived and adapted to new ways of working by harnessing modern technologies. “Doing more with less” is a common theme found in both the manufacturing and construction industries, but how is this happening and what knowledge and lessons are being learned and shared between the two industries?

In this webinar, we shall explore these three questions; How are manufacturing processes changing the construction industry? What new technologies are being adopted? What are the benefits and how do they combat the challenges we face?

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand and appreciate the need for change
  • The challenges the construction industry faces
  • What technologies are commonly found in both the manufacturing and construction industries
  • What has construction learned from the manufacturing industry to help tackle these challenges.

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Quadra Solutions Ltd specialise in design and data management software solutions for the manufacturing, construction, engineering and PCB design industries. Quadra is a Gold Autodesk Partner, an accredited training centre and specialists in  PCB design. InventorRevitAutoCAD, Collections and Vault software help our customers to design, visualise, innovate and implement solutions that grow and develop their business.

Our software solutions, consultancy, training and technical support are some of the best in the industry. With a wealth of experience and knowledge, Quadra specialises in helping businesses adopt efficient and effective design workflows and data management solutions. We pride ourselves on our consultative approach to working with customers as their technology partner. For more information about Quadra please contact us.

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