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Matt Bussey

IM9717: The Plot Thins—Inventor Sheet Metal Secrets

(Duration 40:00)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover what topology is and how it relates to creating good sheet metal parts/flat patterns
  • Discover the key "gotchas" that prevent flat-pattern generation
  • Discover how to create non-sheet metal features that are flat-pattern friendly in a sheet metal part
  • Capitalize on advanced capabilities like Multi-Body in your sheet metal part design

Description

Description

Sheet metal is one of manufacturing's misunderstood disciplines. Yet where would we be without those practitioners of the thin-plate arts? And what of Inventor software’s untold riches that can compliment those of the practitioners? Take a deep dive into Inventor software’s sheet metal capabilities with an Autodesk, Inc., insider who knows them firsthand. In this class you'll get a behind-the-scenes look at how Inventor software handles sheet metal. From secrets of key elements like the flat-pattern generation to ideas for capitalizing on the latest capabilities, you'll get a new look at an old friend.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Sheet Metal Designers & Manufacturers

Speakers

Speakers

Matt Bussey

Matt Bussey is a solution architect with Autodesk Global Services, where he develops full solutions for Autodesk, Inc., customers. Matt worked for several years as both a product designer and product architect for Inventor software, and he has worked for the last several years helping customers implement the best possible processes around Autodesk Solutions for manufacturing and data management. Matt has over 15 years of design experience in CAD, mechanical design, systems design, simulation, visualization, and manufacturing.

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Published

  • 2015
  • IM9717
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Inventor

Industries

  • Industrial Machinery
  • General Manufacturing

Topics

  • Digital Prototyping