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Michael Spellman

MP21795-R: Composite Roundtable with Collaboration from Sim and OCTO Teams

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn about the current state of industry
  • Discover the future direction of the composites industry
  • Discover the current state of composites-related design and manufacturing software
  • Learn about the future direction of composites-related design and manufacturing software

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This is an interactive discussion between a large, diverse group of interested parties to further the composites cutting industry. The Composite Team will lead discussion in conjunction with the Sim, OCTO, and Delcam Teams. We will cover the current state of the industry, the future direction of the composites industry, the current state of composites-related design and manufacturing software, and the future direction of composites-related design and manufacturing software (including a streamlined composites manufacturing solution). This session features TruNest Composites and PowerMill.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Autodesk Composites team, Sim team, Octo team, Delcam team, Existing Autodesk customers, Potential Autodesk customers, and Autodesk resellers in the composites realm

Speakers

Speakers

Michael Spellman

As part of the acquisition of Magestic Systems, Michael Spellman is currently serving as director of cutting and composite manufacturing for the Digital Manufacturing Group. Prior to his current role, Spellman served as CTO and was one of the 2 original founders of Magestic, where he helped design, develop, and architect automated nesting, laser projection, and automated tape laying / automated fiber placement (ATL/AFP) systems for some of the largest companies in the world, including Boeing, Lockheed Martin, GE Transportation, Airbus, covering various industries such as aerospace, automotive, heavy equipment, and more. Spellman has a background in computer science, electrical engineering, and mathematics from Polytechnic University of New York University.

Doug Kenik

Doug Kenik is a product line manager for composite simulation products within Autodesk, Inc. He holds both an MS and a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Wyoming, where he spent his graduate career developing high-fidelity micromechanics models for composite material simulation. Prior to working at Autodesk, Kenik spent 5 years as a developer and application engineer at Firehole Composites, where he helped implement new technologies for composite simulation and define next-generation enhancements for use within existing products.

Massimiliano Moruzzi

As part of the acquisition of Magestic Systems, Michael Spellman is currently serving as director of cutting and composite manufacturing for the Digital Manufacturing Group. Prior to his current role, Spellman served as CTO and was one of the 2 original founders of Magestic, where he helped design, develop, and architect automated nesting, laser projection, and automated tape laying / automated fiber placement (ATL/AFP) systems for some of the largest companies in the world, including Boeing, Lockheed Martin, GE Transportation, Airbus, covering various industries such as aerospace, automotive, heavy equipment, and more. Spellman has a background in computer science, electrical engineering, and mathematics from Polytechnic University of New York University.

Anthony Muzzillo

Anthony Muzzillo is a software quality assurance (SQA) manager at Autodesk, Inc. He has been with Autodesk for 2 years after it acquired his former company, Magestic Systems. Previously, he worked at Magestic Systems for 8 years prior to the acquisition. Muzzillo has been dealing with all of the TruX products for 10 years in total.

Raphael Stargrove

Doug Kenik is a product line manager for composite simulation products within Autodesk, Inc. He holds both an MS and a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Wyoming, where he spent his graduate career developing highfidelity micromechanics models for composite material simulation. Prior to working at Autodesk, Kenik spent 5 years as a developer and application engineer at Firehole Composites, where he helped implement new technologies for composite simulation and define nextgeneration enhancements for use within existing products.

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Published

  • 2016
  • MP21795-R
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • TruNest Composites
  • PowerMill

Industries

  • General Manufacturing and Product Design
  • Consumer Products

Topics

  • Manufacturing and Production
  • Simulation