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Autodesk University 2019

Kenny Cornett

Technical Consultant, Innovation Forge

Speaker Bio

Kenny Cornett is a design and manufacturing consultant based in northeast Tennessee. He is the founder and owner of Innovation Forge, a specialty design consultancy focused on digital design and manufacturing tools. Kenny has been using Autodesk tools for design and engineering for over 20 years, starting with AutoCAD R12. For his design education, Kenny attended the University of Tennessee, TN Tech, and Academy of Art University. In addition to being a long-time power user, Kenny is also a member of the Autodesk Expert Elite, Autodesk Developer Network, Autodesk Services Marketplace Provider, Autodesk Pier 9 Innovator in Residence, and former application engineer from the Autodesk sales channel. When not solving design challenges, Kenny can be found turning wrenches on race cars or spending time with his family.

MFG331809-L - Generative Design Boot Camp for Product Design and Manufacturing 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. 300 Minutes Hands-on Lab Kenny Cornett
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Jonesborough, Tennessee, United States