CP10847: Complex Topology Surface Modeling with Inventor (Autodesk University 2015)

It's that time of year again! Fireworks night is behind us, the evenings are drawing in - Autodesk University is just around the corner :) I Love AU time of year, and I'm already getting excited about attending the event in Las Vegas in the first week of December. If you are also lucky enough to be attending, come and say 'Hi' - I have two classes at AU this year, the first is surface moing with Autodesk Inventor (The second class TBA).

Paul Munford Joins Graitec

Back in 2012 I announced via this blog that I was moving to a new post as CAD manager at Halstock cabinet makers. No it's time to announce the next step in my journey. The last three years at Halstock have been tough, I can honestly say that it hasn't all been enjoyable. Halstock are a remarkably focused and demanding company to work for and the pressure has been great. We've packed a lot in at Halstock over the last three years and I'm proud to have been part of what we've built. The pressure has changed me, and I've learned a great deal from it.

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How to install and configure Autodesk SAAS 2023 in your Browser

At Autodesk University 2014, Carl Bass announced his ambition to release ALL of Autodesk's software for a fixed monthly fee. I put this together with the release of Onshape and came up with a completely fantastical idea of what Autodesk's Software as a service might lo like in the year 2023.

Paul Munford BIMinon

End of the year round up 2014

It's the time of year to stop. Take stock, and thank you all for your support. This year has been tough. Becoming a CAD manager was harder work than I ever imagined. The pressure to perform and make a difference has been a challenge, and I've learned a lot. In learning to be a good a people manager I've grown a lot, and I've made a lot of mistakes too!

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