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David Truyens

IM9698: How to Design, Simulate, and Manufacture a Self-Balancing Robot

(Duration 41:09)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to simulate a self-balancing robot within Inventor DS
  • Learn how to use this technology to solve real-world challenges
  • Discover what the speaker has tried and what didn't work
  • Discover the future of making machines

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

There are a couple of trends in today’s world. One of them is that machines are becoming more complex and software is becoming an important part of every machine. Think about self-driving cars and attempts to land a rocket vertically. Now, there's a big gap between the software design for the machine and the CAD design. With a self-balancing robot as a goal, the speaker tried to bridge this gap and tried to validate the software design within Inventor software. With this approach we could extend the Digital Prototyping philosophy and make a true full-digital prototype. To get an idea of the project, take a look at the fusion gallery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYaE5-zlq8g

Target Audience

Target Audience

For people how like to make their own electronic powered machines to analysts who need to simulate complex systems

Speakers

Speakers

David Truyens

David Truyens joined Autodesk Distribution 10 years ago. Right from the start he had a passion for all kinds of simulations and he picked up technologies along the way. As a technical specialist he visits a lot of companies to advise them on improvements on their workflows using a brought Autodesk, Inc., portfolio, mainly, but not only focusing on simulation. He also delivers trainings to the resellers in Europe to get the complete channel up and running.

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Published

  • 2015
  • IM9698
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Inventor
  • 123D
  • Inventor Simulation

Industries

  • Industrial Machinery
  • Consumer Products

Topics

  • Digital Prototyping
  • Simulation