Asset 12 Asset 10 Asset 11 autodesk_icon_font_1_18_17_start_over-01

Keyboard ALT + g to toggle grid overlay

Jay Tedeschi

MFG11495: The Future of Making Things: Strategies and Techniques for Design Using Modern Manufacturing Processes

(Duration 01:04:02)

  • Save to my AU Saved

Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn the most effective workflow's incorporating Inventor R2’s Shape Generator predictive design tool.
  • Learn how to optimize designs for additive manufacturing tools with Autodesk Within.
  • See how to implement additive manufacturing into traditional manufacturing workflows.
  • Understand how to create hybrid designs, using a blend of traditional subtractive and additive processes.

Description

Description

Inventor 2016 R2 gives users new modeling tools and approaches that enable the creation of a greater number of alternatives with more flexibility and freedom than ever before. See how to utilize several of Autodesk's MFG design and analysis products in combination with one another to create the highest quality design possible.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Designers and Engineers who use Inventor on a regular basis for product design, and interested in associated simulation.

Speakers

Speakers

Jay Tedeschi

Jay Tedeschi, ISM senior technical marketing specialist, joined Autodesk, Inc., in October of 1994. His primary focus is promoting the use and adoption of Autodesk’s suite of engineering, design, and manufacturing software products. Prior to joining Autodesk Jay spent 12 years as a design engineer in support of the United States Naval Undersea Systems / Warfare Center in New London, Connecticut. These responsibilities were primarily related to research and development and production design of various components of attack submarine combat systems. Subsequent to this, he was employed at PTC Aerospace, where he was part of a Research and Development Team tasked with advanced product design for aircraft crew and passenger seating. His practical experience in industry has given Jay a broad background in multiple engineering disciplines, including shipbuilding, general outfitting design, electromechanical packaging, and composite design and manufacture, as well as structural, thermal, and mechanism analysis.

Related Classes

Related Classes

Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • MFG11495
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Inventor
  • Nastran In-CAD

Industries

  • General Manufacturing
  • Consumer Products

Topics

  • Digital Prototyping
  • Simulation