Autodesk University
Hands-on Lab    PM12499-L
Advanced Solution for Sheet Metal Fabrication
Matt Thorn
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This class goes from start to finish to complete a sheet metal manufacturing workflow. We will start with importing the designs, utilizing material data, then perform an optimal nesting process, and finish with a CNC program to be used for manufacturing. Autodesk® TruNest provides an advanced and complete solution for sheet metal fabrication solution which supports waterjet, plasma, laser cutters as well as routers and punch presses.

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Matt Thorn is a Product Manager for Composites Manufacturing at Autodesk, Inc. Matt Thorn received his BS in mechanical engineering and mathematics from Rutgers University and Stockton University respectively after completing a 5-year dual degree program. He began his expertise in advanced manufacturing with Magestic Systems, a company that was then acquired by Autodesk in July 2014. With the Tru product portfolio, Matt continues to innovate in the composite hand layup and automated layup industries.
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