When you launch Fusion 360, you are immediately presented with an empty design. You can consider this design a new “part” file if you begin sketching and then creating features.
One of the most boring topics for most designers and engineering are labels. Most specifically, wire and terminal labels. As you design a piece of equipment, each wire gets a label. The problem is that someone has to create the physical tag for each wire end. It may sound like an easy task to accomplish, but imagine that a 5-page schematic package might contain over 150 wire numbers. So how do we get those labels to the electricians? In the old days, we would print out the schematics and use a yellow highlighter to mark the wire label as you typed it into a Brady label maker. Doing this could take hours, and it was easy to miss some, resulting in electricians and assemblers stopping their work to make another label.
Due to ongoing COVID-19 challenges, people have been working remotely more than ever before. Meetings are still a key component of doing business, but are happening in a very different format than most of us are used to. Virtual meetings can be just as successful as meeting physically in a room. Here are some tips to make the most of hosting and participating in virtual meetings.
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