It’s often the most dreaded part of any design project. You’ve spent days or weeks pushing the limits of your creativity and engineering expertise. You’ve iterated and tweaked and simulated and fought for your ideas, and you’ve had a blast doing it. Now comes the boring yet vital final piece: communicating how to bring your design to life.
The Autodesk® Vault product line is broken into 3 levels: Vault Basic, Vault Workgroup, and Vault Professional. The differences between the three might be a little confusing at times. While most users of Autodesk software already own Vault Basic, there are some setup and configuration steps involved to get it up and running. Also, as time goes on a customer may start to realize that the Vault Basic functionality, while great for the little cost associated, may not truly suit his or her needs. Let’s take a moment and break down the three levels of Vault from a couple of different perspectives.
Factory Assets are parts, assemblies, and blocks used to create factory layouts. The Factory Design Suite tools include hundreds of components in both 3D models and 2D blocks that can be inserted and constrained as a factory layout is created.