Inventor General

Reply
*Expert Elite*
PaulMunford
Posts: 891
Registered: ‎11-13-2006
Message 1 of 1 (412 Views)

Inventor for Woodworkers - your questions for Uncle Carl

412 Views, 0 Replies
11-25-2013 12:20 PM

If you work with Autodesk Inventor in Joinery, Millwork, Casework, Furniture or cabinet making and you are attending AU2013, I hope you're booked into this session:

Woodworking and Fabrication: Technology Meets Tradition–A Roundtable Session http://cadso.co/1gcqgyq

 

'Join Carl Bass, Autodesk president and CEO, at this roundtable session to discuss the use of software for the wood trades. As a woodworker himself, Carl has given many talks on this topic.

 

Attendees will address the integration of building design software with fabrication design software through all phases of production: design, visualization, simulation, and computer-aided manufacturing. How can this industry make better use of this software technology? How can we make others aware of its capabilities and potential?'

 

If you're not going to AU this year - now's your chance. Leave your questions here and we will try to put as many to 'Uncle Carl' as we can.

 

Looking forward to it!

 

Paul

The CAD Setter Out Blog @CadSetterOut

Inventor Surfacing | AutoCAD | CAD Standards
 
Please use the Mark Solutions! Accept as Solution or Give Kudos! Kudos functions - Thank you!

You are not logged in.

Log into access your profile, ask and answer questions, share ideas and more. Haven't signed up yet? Register

Announcements
Are you familiar with the Autodesk Expert Elites? The Expert Elite program is made up of customers that help other customers by sharing knowledge and exemplifying an engaging style of collaboration. To learn more, please visit our Expert Elite website.

Need installation help?

Start with some of our most frequented solutions to get help installing your software.

Ask the Community


Inventor Exchange Apps

Created by the community for the community, Autodesk Exchange Apps for Autodesk Inventor helps you achieve greater speed, accuracy, and automation from concept to manufacturing.

Connect with Inventor

Twitter

Facebook

Blogs

Pinterest

Youtube