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 modeling with Autodesk Inventor (The second class TBA).

CM5690 - Five Mistakes from a Rookie CAD Manager

CM5690 Five Mistakes from a Rookie CAD Manager #AU2014

Speaking at Autodesk University is the most fun I've ever had with 150 other people in the room ;) CAD ManagerSo I'm pretty stoked to have been asked to speak again at #AU2014 ! This year is the first year that I am speaking on CAD management, instead of on a purely technical subject. So there will be no opportunity to hide behind my laptop for a technical demo half way through! Just you... and me... for 60 minutes... (Gulp!)

The Ultimate Rookies Guide to AU art work Twibbon

The ultimate rookie’s survival guide to Autodesk University

A University? Just for CAD? I know - it sounds crazy, but it is a real thing! (Kinda). Autodesk University is a conference for people who use Autodesk's Computer aided design software. The conference was born out of a collaborative event originally organised by AUGI, and it has now grown into the largest event of it's kind in the world. in 2013 more than 9000 people attended It's kind of a big deal ;)

Top down design with Autodesk Inventor at Autodesk University 2013

MA2604 - Drive Autodesk® Inventor® with the Top Down: Alternative Assembly Modeling Techniques

Top down, bottom up, skeletal modeling, layout models, multi-body master parts: If you are having difficulty turning your part models into assembly models, do not despair! There are many alternative assembly techniques that can help you produce great results.

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