No
Yes
View More
View Less
Working...
OK
OK
Cancel
Confirm
System Message
Delete
Add to my schedule
An unknown error has occurred and your request could not be completed. Please contact support.
Scheduled
Scheduled
Wait Listed
Personal Calendar
Speaking
Conference Event
Meeting
Interest
There aren't any available sessions at this time.
Conflict Found
This session is already scheduled at another time. Would you like to...
Loading...
Please enter a maximum of {0} characters.
{0} remaining of {1} character maximum.
Please enter a maximum of {0} words.
{0} remaining of {1} word maximum.
must be 50 characters or less.
must be 40 characters or less.
Session Summary
We were unable to load the map image.
This has not yet been assigned to a map.
Search Catalog
Reply
Replies ()
Search
New Post
Microblog
Microblog Thread
Post Reply
Post
Your session timed out.
This web page is not optimized for viewing on a mobile device. Visit this site in a desktop browser to access the full set of features.
Autodesk University 2019
Bookmark
Remove from My bookmarks

MFG331809-L - Generative Design Boot Camp for Product Design and Manufacturing

Session Description

Part One is a roundtable discussion about the theories and tactics of Generative Design. Attendees will be presented with a problem to optimize an existing component in a larger system. The problem definition will be examined while also considering how to extrapolate the performance of the existing part without having prior FEA data. Part Two is a hands-on lab where attendees will take their written plan and build the Generative studies to solve the problem. This lab will allow attendees to fully explore the Fusion 360 interface and to develop all needed geometry, boundary conditions, and study parameters. Part Three is also a lab where the generated results will be compared in the “Explore” environment and then successful solution candidates downloaded from the cloud. Results will then be modified using modeling tools and validated with Fusion 360’s FEA solver. Finally, results will be run through the CAM tools inside Fusion 360 to generate valid toolpaths for end-product machining. Part Four is a workshop that will take place in the Factory on the One Autodesk Expo floor and provide boot camp attendees with a first-hand look at the processes that go into manufacturing parts created with generative design. Attendees will get up close to 5-axis CNC machinery and the various workholding, tooling, and operational considerations involved.


Session Speakers
Additional Information
Evaluate existing designs for performance criteria using traditional FEA tools and develop an algorithm for problem setup
Create a basic study for Generative Design with all required information and push studies to the cloud for solving
Create a custom material for Generative Design
Explore and compare results from Generative studies, modify solutions, validate designs, and post successful design G-code
Hands-on Lab
Generative Design, Machining, Product Design
Fusion 360
Inventor, Inventor HSM, Netfabb, Within Medical
Working knowledge of Fusion 360 is required, as little to no time will be spent exploring the basic modeling tools. Knowledge of the CAM environment is preferred.
CAE Analyst, Design Engineer, Industrial Designer, Product Engineer, Technical Consultant
Engineers, Designers, and Makers interested in Generative Design Methods
Exploring industry practice and workflows
Intermediate
3D Design, Additive Manufacturing, Aerospace, Automotive OEM, Commercial Defense, Digital Prototyping, Generative Design, Product Manufacturing, Rapid Prototyping, Subtractive Manufacturing
5 Hours
Session Schedule
    Similar Sessions
    You’re currently enrolled to attend this session. Are you sure you want to remove it? If this session is already full, you may not be able to enroll again.
    Register Now