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Steven Widom

FB6079-V: Autodesk® Inventor®: For the Woodworking Trades—Millwork, Furniture, and Cabinetry

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • List best practices for wood development and compare using iLogic versus adaptivity
  • Use unique methods in the core Inventor software
  • Design for repeatable accurate fabrication and detailing
  • Describe the workflow for the suite software

Description

Description

This class will provide both techniques and actual working methods and workflows used with Autodesk Inventor software to create architectural content, such as furniture, cabinetry, millwork, and structural building designs. The class emphasizes actual construction procedures using the latest version of Autodesk Inventor and many of the core development tools (iLogic and confidity®). By using Autodesk Inventor for the wood trades, you can accomplish tasks that usually take hours or days in a fraction of the time and produce accurate results the first time around.

Target Audience

Target Audience

End User, Owner/Principal, Architects, designers, engineers, fabricators, interior designers, and model makers

Speakers

Speakers

Steven Widom

Steve is the senior solutions engineer and CTO for Widom Associates, an Autodesk® Reseller in Long Island, New York. He has used Autodesk software since 1984 in the manufacturing and architectural fields as a trainer and application expert, providing custom classes and support for Autodesk Inventor® and AutoCAD® 3D specific to the metal, plastic, and wood industries. He has over 24 years of teaching experience. In his life before computers, Steve designed and manufactured juried, award-winning custom-hardwood furniture.

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Published

  • 2012
  • FB6079-V

Software

  • Autodesk Inventor Products
  • Autodesk Showcase

Industries

  • Building Products & Fabrication
  • Buildings
  • Architecture & Construction Service Providers

Topics

  • Fabrication for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
  • Manufacturing