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Guillermo Melantoni

AC6970: Tinkercad at School: Where Fun Meets Learning

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover the Tinkercad modeling and 3D printing tool
  • Explore use cases of successful adoption
  • Learn how you can capitalize on predefined curriculum for the Tinkercad design tool, or create your own
  • Understand connections with other pieces of the 123D software product family (123D Circuits software, 123D Make software)

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Schools have widely adopted the Tinkercad design tool for 3D printing. It can also be a very powerful tool for teaching other concepts through project-based learning. In this class you will get to know experiences and effective practices around the introduction of Tinkercad in its use for teaching several STEAM topics for audiences that include children as young as 8 years old. Discover how kids end up getting involved in 3D printing while learning about math, sciences, and art—all while playing with a surprisingly intuitive tool.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Educators in search of experiences around applying 3D modeling and 3D printing in a classroom.

Speakers

Speakers

Guillermo Melantoni

Guillermo Melantoni has a degree in architecture from Facultad de Arquitectura in Uruguay. He has worked as a design professor at state and private architecture schools, and he was also a consultant for architectural firms, specializing in 3D modeling, rendering, and animations. In 2006 Autodesk, Inc., Argentina hired him, and he moved to Buenos Aires and became an application engineer, doing demos and pilots involving the main Autodesk products for architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing. In 2008 Guillermo became product manager for AutoCAD software, leading the introduction of mesh and surface modeling in AutoCAD 2010/2011 software, as well as other features like parametric design. In 2010 he moved into Suites, Web Services, and Subscriptions (SWSS) as a project manager for user workflows and interoperability, delivering the Suite Workflows feature. He's currently product line manager in the Consumer Products Team for Meshmixer, Tinkercad, and the 123D app product line.

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Published

  • 2014
  • AC6970
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • 123D products

Industry

  • Other

Topics

  • AutoCAD and General Design