On-Demand: Additive Manufacturing's Impact on Design and Production

February 06, 2021

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In the world of additive manufacturing, the ability of machines to produce high-complexity parts is almost boundless. Design is a typical constraint when getting the most out of these technologies. In this session, learn about how Autodesk is integrating design into the manufacturing process.

 

 

 

Primary Topics:

  • Design for additive manufacturing
  • Simulation for additive manufacturing

 

Presenters:

Ryan Abel

Product Technical Specialist, Fusion 360

Ryan Abel has 20 years of Design, Engineering and Manufacturing experience. With his Master’s Degree in New Product Introduction, he became a Digital Prototyping expert using FEA, CFD and Moldflow to bring better products to market faster. At Autodesk Ryan leverages his vast industry experience and passion for customer success to help Fusion 360 users explore more viable design options, enabling engineers to innovate in ways they could not imagine on their own.

Tyson Fogel

Workshop Supervisor; Autodesk Technology Centers, Toronto

Inspired by circularity and biomimicry, Tyson is an avid maker and sustainability advocate. He works directly with residents, innovation communities and researchers to provide technical expertise and fabrication consultation through the Autodesk Outsight Network. A designer and cabinetmaker by trade, Tyson’s past work includes everything from additive, subtractive manufacturing, woodworking to CAD/CAM, Generative Design, construction and more recently - robotics.

Brian Jeong

Workshop Supervisor; Autodesk Technology Centers, Toronto

Brian Jeong is a Shop Supervisor at the Autodesk Technology Centers in Toronto, Canada. Brian has a background in automotive and mechanical engineering, additive manufacturing, and project management. Brian has an extensive research and laboratory background in process optimization methods in laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing and design for additive manufacturing. Brian is passionate about exploring new ways of designing and making.