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Welcome to Bommer’s first newsletter. Since this is our first, let's start with some housekeeping:
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With me? Awesome. On to the good stuff.
I'm excited to share that I will be participating in a webinar showing off Bommer for Fusion 360 with our friends at NexGenSolutions next Thursday, May 25, 2023 at 3:00PM CST. If you haven't seen Bommer in a while, think you could use a refresher, or just want to hear me talk for a bit about easy to use bill of materials software, please sign up at https://nexgensolutions.com/bommer-nexgen-fusion-360/.
As an added bonus: I'll be showing off some never before seen improvements to Bommer for Fusion 360 which will be available in the next release. Be there and see them first!
Many users use Bommer to capture thumbnails of their parts and subassemblies. Some might say it's one of the most useful features of a Bommer export; a picture, as they say, is worth a thousand words. But did you know that you can tell Bommer which view-cube orientation to use when capturing the image? You can! Check out our quick tip here to learn how: https://youtu.be/4RCrGHcIOhA
I promised terrible jokes, and I am a man of my word: https://youtu.be/DPgWkNAY3xk. We're aiming to share a bit of humor to break up the exciting news and great tips. Let us know if you enjoyed them, there are many more jokes where these came from!
We want to hear from you!
We're looking for feedback on how to make this content most relevant (and also how to make our product better, of course). Here's how it works: we ask a question, you reply to this email, and we tailor our newsletter content to help you get the most out of reading it. We may even go wild and build a product feature or two!
To kick us off:
What is the hardest/most painful/most annoying thing about your engineering bill of materials process today?
Looking forward to hearing your replies. Thanks for reading, y'all!