Diego Valdes is an aerospace engineer with 8 years of industry experience. Outside of work he is an avid maker, specializing in television and movie prop replicas as well as cosplay and costuming. Over the years he has made several costumes and props, with different fabrication techniques, such as hand sculpting, pepakura, 3D printing, and woodworking.
Don't get left behind. This class will peek into future technologies that will change the way you work. Join us as we share innovative new HP and NVIDIA products and technologies that span Virtual Reality (VR), 3D Printing, and 3D Scanning. In addition to our view of tomorrow, we will help you enhance Autodesk workflows today with new graphics technologies and Workstation-class hardware, and Tips & Tricks for performance optimization. You will leave this class inspired by our vision of the future, and armed with the knowledge and tools you need to work more productively today.
Have you ever wanted to utilize the 3D power of Inventor software with the intelligence of AutoCAD Electrical software for substation protection and control panel layouts? Tracing connections from the panel in the control house to the cable tray and then out to the equipment in the yard can be a very tedious process when you don’t have really good visualization tools. With AutoCAD Electrical software and Inventor software integration, users now have the ability to produce the panel layout in the substation control house in 3D.
In this roundtable session we will discuss how electrical designs are transitioning into the Digital Prototyping world using AutoCAD Electrical software and Inventor software. What is required for a smooth transition? What functionality is required? What makes 2D-to-3D workflows valuable? What types are simulation are available? How valuable is simulation? Come and discuss these topics and how Product Design Suite software can help you and your peers.
Think you have a large-scale project? This class will show how to use Factory Design Suite software to plan, design, and build manufacturing spaces in excess of 1-million square footage. Learn how to set up a project for multiple users to interact with, how to capitalize on laser scan data, how to import/export building information from Revit software, and techniques for achieving required product performance on large data sets.
This lab will focus on getting started with Autodesk Nastran In-CAD software inside of Inventor 2016 software. Participants should have an understanding of finite element analysis (FEA) and the preferred participants are currently using FEA in their jobs. We will explore the Ribbon, Browser, and different analysis types. We will have a few workflows for basic users that are looking to crest the initial hurdle when learning new software, as well as a few examples for the more advanced users who are familiar with FEA software.
This class will show simple and effective methods for easily creating variable-height retaining walls using tools in AutoCAD Civil 3D software, and it will be of interest to anyone wishing to work on retaining wall design. The class will cover concepts that are often misconstrued as complex, and we will deliver these topics in an easy-to-understand and occasionally entertaining style. The delegate will see ways in which to represent a retaining wall as a surface, as well as construct a full solid model of the design. We will introduce Subassembly Composer software to offer intelligence to the creation of the solid model. We will discuss workflows into Revit software, and we will present an unconventional workflow into Inventor software. The course handout notes will also include material to enable the attendees to present their own classes on this topic to peers. A screencast presentation of the full instructional demonstration will be made available after the course.
Diese Einführung vermittelt einen ersten Einblick in Autodesk Inventor iLogic anhand eines Beispiels.<br/><br/>Nach dem Besuch dieser Lektion wissen Sie :<br/><br/>* wie Sie den iLogic-Browser aktivieren und bedienen<br/><br/>* den iLogic-Editor bedienen<br/><br/>* erste Code-Zeilen schreiben<br/><br/>* ein Formular erstellen<br/><br/>* iLogic-Komponenten in Baugruppen platzieren