On your mark, get set-GO! Back by popular demand, this fast-paced class will keep you on your toes with brand-new, rapid-fire tips and tricks and all-time favorites to help you get the most out of your time in AutoCAD Electrical software. So hold on tight, it's going to be a wild ride!
- Discover project management tips and tricks
- Discover drawing creation tips and tricks
- Discover customization tips and tricks
- Discover template tips and tricks
Based in the Novi, Michigan Autodesk office, Robert Stein manages a team of manufacturing implementation and technical consultants. Our team focuses on the manufacturing industry and it's products providing excellent industry knowledge and consulting services. Prior to working for Autodesk, Robert worked as a designer, CAD manager, and consultant at a variety of companies. Robert has worked on a number of large-scale implementations and custom programming projects with Autodesk manufacturing products, including Inventor software, AutoCAD Electrical software, AutoCAD Mechanical software, and the Vault software family. Robert is also jumping into the IoT world with Fusion Connect.
Tiffany Bachmeier has been an Autodesk Consultant for more than a decade. She is now leading a team focused on enterprise software management and emerging technologies. In the past, her primary focus has been as a technical consultant/instructor for AutoCAD Electrical, but she also focused on AutoCAD, Inventor, and a variety of other products in the Autodesk family. She is an Autodesk Certified Instructor and she (and team) has won awards for developing a full line of online, live, instructor-led training classes for the Autodesk manufacturing products. Before becoming a consultant she earned her bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University (MSU) and she worked in many different industries gaining valuable CAD experience, including electrical engineering, interior design/architecture, mechanical engineering, and software engineering, and she was part of MSU’s CAD Development Team. She started on AutoCAD R10 and has carried a strong passion for Autodesk products ever since.