Autodesk University
Cranking into the Future of Making Things with CXP Racing
Instructional Demo    MFG119631
Scott Moyse
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Description

This class will cover 3D modelling for design intent, design ideation, generative design, simulation, rendering, and CAM workflows. Bruno Pfister contacted CADPRO Systems in 2015 to find out about a product called Fusion 360, wondering if it could help him to develop CAM programs for his brand-new Haas computer numerical control (CNC) machine. His goal was to design and manufacture BMX components for New Zealand's competitive grassroots and professional BMXers. This class tells his story about the development of cranks and chain rings used at various international events including the 2016 BMX World Championships in Columbia.

Key Learnings

  • Understand the potential of the product innovation platform
  • Learn how to use various toolsets at your disposal to create, validate, and manufacture your own products locally
  • Gain some insight into building unique and customizable parametric models, for both design and manufacture
  • Understand how upfront design simulation with Fusion 360 can create differentiation for your company in a competitive market

Speakers

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Scott Moyse is a Manufacturing, CAM & Data Management Technical Specialist for CADPRO Systems in New Zealand. He previously worked at SMI for over 9 years after moving from the UK while studying Motorsport Engineering. He started out as design support & quickly moved into programming their new CNC machine. Over the next 4 years he worked closely with both manufacturing & design to create & implement automated processes. This provided him with an invaluable insight into both departments operations. In 2008 he moved back into design full-time, resulting in him taking the Design Manager position in 2009. Since then he's implemented & managed Autodesk Vault Professional, improving communication, work allocation, organization & increased control over the design review process. Over the years he has been deeply involved in process formation, implementation & development in an ever changing environment. He also regularly contributes on designandmotion.net
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