Learn how to go from Autodesk Inventor software to Autodesk Alias software and back again to create real-world designs. You own Autodesk® Product Design Suite Ultimate—now is the time to start using this amazing technology that is at your fingertips.
Anyone who uses Inventor and wants to see how to incorporate Alias into the workflow
Anthony Dull is a mechanical applications engineer with IMAGINiT Technologies. His proven expertise in manufacturing and design as well as, modeling and analysis technologies makes him an invaluable instructor for organizations undergoing specification, implementation, training and support phases of technology adoption. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a result of working in the Automotive, Agricultural Equipment, and Aerospace Industries before teaching CAD for the past fourteen years, Nino is extremely knowledgeable and comfortable in the latest CAD technology and enjoys presenting to audiences in a classroom environment. He has also worked with customers in concept development and prototyping in the mechanical and manufacturing engineering fields. He has also worked on personal development projects which have taken him into the new technologies of rapid prototyping and 3D Print. His ultimate achievements have been 2 models (recognised as the most complex and largest in the world) that have been 3D Print produced and exhibited at Autodesk University (Las Vegas) 2009 and 2010. Both models are on display at Autodesk Gallery.
With the advent of ways to visualize ideas, develop design solutions, and rapidly prototype using digital software technologies, traditional ways of teaching industrial design in the classroom environment are lately being questioned by educators, employers, and students. The intent of this class is to present a curriculum model for teaching industrial design using digital software technologies as and where applicable. We will cover courses demonstrating the incorporation of digital software technologies for ideation, modeling, project management, drafting, prototyping, analysis, and injection mold design. Successful integration of this curricular effort into the discipline of industrial design is important for bridging the gap between education and industry expectations. Select academics and industry professionals will join us in a panel format to share their reactions to the curriculum model as well as to provide insights, experiences, and validations.
Learn how to unlock your hidden ideas that burn inside. In this class, you will learn how Autodesk® SketchBook® Pro and Autodesk® Alias® Automotive can facilitate fast creative techniques, helping you create the punchy sketch and 3D visual to inspire, captivate, and stimulate your audience. Starting with 2D, the class will demonstrate the interface simplicity and natural workflow that is evident in SketchBook Pro. It will highlight the quality of the line weight and natural feel of the tools. Continuing to 3D, the class will touch on the translation of a sketch into Alias StudioTools and the use of quick visualization tools in Alias to output an image for retouching in SketchBook Pro. This case study will take attendees through the initial ideation phase of a design from rough sketch to a tighter presentable rendition. The workflow between SketchBook Pro and Alias will be highlighted. All data will be available for download.
In this class, you will learn how to improve your design process, increase your creative freedom, and reach your deadlines faster with Autodesk® Alias®, Autodesk® SketchBook® Pro, Autodesk® Maya®, and Autodesk® Mudbox® software. We will go through the entire process of creating a new product, from the conceptual level up through surfacing and prototyping. All class data will be available for download.