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Craig Chester, Anthony Graves

PE7370: Artistic CAD and CAM for Architectural and Themed Applications

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand how CNC machining is being employed in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry
  • Learn how to identify components that can be produced more efficiently and economically with CNC
  • Understand how to integrate CAD and CAM into the design process for architecture, engineering, and construction
  • Review real examples of machined parts and "art" for the architecture, engineering, and construction Industry

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Companies around the world continue to demand unique creative features within the built environment, from architectural sculpture (including custom-carved woodwork, plaster and stone doors, stair railings, columns, archways, and ceilings) right through to the complete immersive fantasy experiences you'll find in casinos, theme parks, and museums. In these cases customers require the appearance of unique handcrafted 'works of art,' while suppliers require the speed, flexibility, and repeatability provided by the latest CAD/CAM tools. In this class you will learn how these come together.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Architects, Designers and Engineers in the AEC Industry

Speakers

Speakers

Craig Chester

PE7370

Anthony Graves

Anthony Graves is the product manager for the Autodesk, Inc., CAM Team. Anthony joined Autodesk through the acquisition of HSMWorks ApS, developer of integrated CAM Solutions for SolidWorks software. Anthony has hosted numerous CAM talks at Autodesk University on subjects that include integrated CAM, integrated design to manufacturing, the complementary nature of 3D printing, and computer numerical control machining for prototype and production manufacturing, as well as other subjects key to customers who are looking to implement integrated workflows around manufacturing.

Tags

Published

  • 2014
  • PE7370
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Maya, Autodesk CAM software

Industry

  • Manufacturing and Product Design

Topics

  • Computer Aided Machining (CAM)