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Steven Widom

FB1801-R: Woodworking and Fabrication: Technology Meets Tradition-A Roundtable Session

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Identify the core Autodesk® products that work seamlessly together and what do not
  • Identify best practices for CNC integration
  • Identify best practices for wood product development and discuss what standardization is needed
  • Discuss the necessary workflow for designing wood products

Description

Description

Join Carl Bass, Autodesk president and CEO, at this roundtable session to discuss the use of software for the wood trades. As a woodworker himself, Carl has given many talks on this topic. Attendees will address the integration of building design software with fabrication design software through all phases of production: design, visualization, simulation, and computer-aided manufacturing. How can this industry make better use of this software technology? How can we make others aware of its capabilities and potential?

Target Audience

Target Audience

Architects; designers;, woodworkers; cabinetmakers; furniture designers; furniture makers; store designers; store fixture fabricators; stair designers; stair fabricators; wood instrument fabricators; model makers; millwork, window, door, interior, and exterior fabricators, and CAM operators

Speakers

Speakers

Steven Widom

Steve is the senior solutions engineer and CTO for Widom Associates, an Autodesk® Consulting Value Added Reseller based in Northport, New York. He has used Autodesk software since 1984 in the fabrication, manufacturing and architectural fields as a trainer, consultant and application expert. He provides custom classes and support for Autodesk Suites, Inventor® AutoCAD® 3D andAutoCAD® Revit specific to the metal, plastic, wood and architectural industries.With a specific interest in the woodworking fabrication field - Architectural , millwork , furniture fabrication , case goods , stair development , dorr and window developmentwww.youtube.com/widomtechHe has over 30 years of teaching/consulting experience. In his life before computers, Steve designed and manufactured juried, award-winning custom-hardwood furnitureas well as designing and building custom homes.

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Published

  • 2013
  • FB1801-R
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Product Design Suite, Revit Products

Industry

  • Architecture Services

Topics

  • Fabrication for Architecture
  • Engineering
  • and Construction