Adding Multiple File Types to Autodesk Vault

We all know Autodesk Vault handles CAD files and metadata, but what about other file types such as Microsoft Office documents, PDFs and TIFF files? View this on-demand webcast to learn how you can add multiple file types to Autodesk Vault.

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Mark Flayler

Engagement Engineer, Manufacturing

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.

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