Product Details Supplier Info More products

Autodesk is holding a Digital Prototyping Forum to help CAD managers and users in the manufacturing and mechanical design sectors to overcome their daily design process challenges.

Scheduled to be held at the Belfry Hotel near Birmingham on 3 November, the forum provides users with the opportunity for intensive free training on the latest Autodesk products, including Autodesk Inventor; Autodesk Moldflow; Autodesk Algor and Autodesk Alias, with tips to help attendees get the most out of using them in their day-to-day work.

‘Autodesk experts will deliver insights covering everything from how to work effectively with large assemblies to how to create better drawings more quickly and common pitfalls to avoid in the design process,’ said an Autodesk spokesperson.

The event will feature an in-depth product session for all delegates in the morning, explaining a complete digital design workflow from initial layout to finished product.

The most commonly used Autodesk products will be covered in detail, while customers will also be given an insight into other solutions from which they might benefit but may not have previously considered.

In the afternoon, the highlight will be four separate breakout sessions covering Autodesk Inventor tips; simulation and analysis featuring Autodesk Algor and Autodesk Moldflow; data management incorporating Autodesk Inventor Publisher and Autodesk Vault Pro; and industrial design including Autodesk Alias Design.

Autodesk products are used by 9 million professionals in 185 countries to save time and money, gain competitive advantage, and change the way ideas are brought to life.

Building Information Modelling

Autodesk building information modelling (BIM) software solutions facilitate a new way of working that involves the creation and use of co-ordinated, consistent information–enabling faster decision-making, better documentation and the ability to predict performance before ground is ever broken.

Sustainable by Design

As a global 2D and 3D design software leader, Autodesk believes in the importance of driving sustainable design awareness and adoption. We provide technology, education, and support for programs that inform and promote innovations addressing current and future sustainable design challenges.

We are committed to partnering with the private and public sector, industry leaders, educators, and environmentally focused organizations to create a forum to initiate sustainable design dialogue and increase awareness among the global community. It is our hope that through these collective efforts and Autodesk’s technology, we will help architects, engineers, and designers create a more sustainable world.

View full profile