Mark Flayler

Engagement Engineer, Manufacturing<br><br>Mark has implemented the Autodesk manufacturing products with several industries including the blow/injection molding, automotive, and custom machinery markets. Autodesk Inventor has been a profound augmentation in his abilities allowing him to bring 3D digital prototyping to the forefront of the industries with which he has interacted. He has extensive experience and a comprehensive understanding of the technical, practical business, and human dimensions of implementation. He is an effective and skillful communicator, consulting with his clients to help achieve their business objectives. Mark is an ATC certified instructor and he helps his customers maximize their project’s effectiveness through training, support, and implementation.

  • Adding Multiple File Types to Autodesk Vault30:48

    Adding Multiple File Types to Autodesk Vault

    Learn how you can add multiple file types to Autodesk Vault.

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  • Inventor Tolerance Analysis28:43

    Inventor Tolerance Analysis

    See the Inventor Tolerance Analysis toolset and learn how you can begin leveraging it today. The Autodesk Inventor Tolerance Analysis toolset helps Inventor users make informed decisions while specif

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  • Tips & Tricks for Working with Bill of Materials (BOMs) in Inventor33:20

    Tips & Tricks for Working with Bill of Materials (BOMs) in Inventor

    See some of Mark's favorite tips and tricks for handling Bill of Materials in Autodesk Inventor.

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  • Online Inventor User Group – Generative Design46:31

    Online Inventor User Group – Generative Design

    See how you can quickly generate high-performing design alternatives with Generative Design for Autodesk Inventor.

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  • Keep Your Eyes on the Road! Customizing View Controls in Inventor

    Keep Your Eyes on the Road! Customizing View Controls in Inventor

    Often when engineers are forced to make the pretty pictures that marketing or sales wants them to produce you often spend a lot of time on the View Tab of Inventor.

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  • Inventor 2019.2 Updates - Did You See It?

    Inventor 2019.2 Updates - Did You See It?

    With Inventor 2020 and Inventor 2019.4 update on the very near horizon, let's take a moment and remember the awesome updates we received in Inventor 2019.1 and 2019.2.

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  • Inventor 2019.1 Updates - Did You See It?

    Inventor 2019.1 Updates - Did You See It?

    WWith Inventor 2020 and Inventor 2019.4 update on the very near horizon, let's take a moment and remember the awesome updates we received in Inventor 2019.1 and 2019.2.

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  • Inventor Bill of Material Enhancement: Check Out From Vault

    Inventor Bill of Material Enhancement: Check Out From Vault

    Starting with Inventor and Vault 2019 you can now check out a file from the BOM Editor with the right click menu.

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  • Autodesk Inventor Translators 2019 & 2020

    Autodesk Inventor Translators 2019 & 2020

    With the upcoming release of Inventor 2020, I have updated my Translators sheet to show the upgraded CAD and neutral file format translator cheat sheet.

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  • Performing Process Analysis in the Autodesk Product Design Collection Part 1: Overview

    Performing Process Analysis in the Autodesk Product Design Collection Part 1: Overview

    Analyzing a process is very important when it comes to your business and is aimed squarely at helping solve two problems that can help increase productivity and understand bottlenecks.

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  • Place From Vault Enhancement: Ignore Obsolete Lifecycle State Files

    Place From Vault Enhancement: Ignore Obsolete Lifecycle State Files

    Nothing is more annoying than reusing an Obsolete part or assembly in Inventor only to find out it was not supposed to be in rotation any longer.

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  • 5 Tips and/or Neat Things in AutoCAD to Brighten Your Day

    5 Tips and/or Neat Things in AutoCAD to Brighten Your Day

    If you use Inventor as much as I do, when you have to go back to AutoCAD for a design purpose, you want it to be as enjoyable as possible.

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  • Top 5 Tools You Need to Know – Autodesk Product Design and Manufacturing Collection1:47

    Top 5 Tools You Need to Know – Autodesk Product Design and Manufacturing Collection

    Are you maximizing your team’s productivity with Autodesk’s Product Design and Manufacturing Collection?

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  • Top 3 User Mistakes – Migrating from AutoCAD to Inventor1:33

    Top 3 User Mistakes – Migrating from AutoCAD to Inventor

    Discover the top 3 pitfalls to avoid to ensure a smooth transition from AutoCAD to Inventor

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  • Top 5 Reasons You Need Data Management Today2:31

    Top 5 Reasons You Need Data Management Today

    Discover the top 5 reasons manufacturing organizations adopt data management.

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  • Autodesk Inventor: Plastic Part Commands - Boss8:33

    Autodesk Inventor: Plastic Part Commands - Boss

    Tutorial on how to create a quick boss for head or thread side of a plastic part design. Traditional methods would take numerous commands or specialized iFeatures to complete whereas this out of the

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  • Autodesk Inventor - Plastic Part Commands: Rule Fillet9:44

    Autodesk Inventor - Plastic Part Commands: Rule Fillet

    Usage of the Autodesk Inventor command Rule Fillet for plastics and metals. Showcased are the advantages over traditional fillet selection and advanced options for programmatic parts.

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  • Autodesk Inventor - Plastic Part Commands: Grill7:22

    Autodesk Inventor - Plastic Part Commands: Grill

    Overview of the versatility, sketch setup, and overall command usage of Autodesk Inventor's Grill command. http://blogs.rand.com/manufacturing/2015/01/imaginit-tech-tip-autodesk-inventor-grill-comman

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  • IMAGINiT Tech Tip: Sweep Length Reporting10:56

    IMAGINiT Tech Tip: Sweep Length Reporting

    Utilize iLogic for specialized reporting of sweep lengths for BOM and Parts List usage. See how to control basic parameters and reporting fields in iLogic Forms

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  • IMAGINiT Tech Tip: iLogic Forms in Drawings14:27

    IMAGINiT Tech Tip: iLogic Forms in Drawings

    Learn about the difference between Prompted Entries and iProperties in Inventor. Utilize iLogic Forms and coding to enhance your drawing environment

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