Autodesk Generative Design gives users the ability to analytically engineer component models that adhere to multiple design and manufacturing constraints, which are optimized for Additive Manufacturing Processes. To use this tool to its fullest potential, a sound understanding of how it fits into the overall workflow of initial design thru manufacturing. This class will give users the opportunity to explore these workflows, and in doing so gain a good understanding of a successful generative design process..
- Create contextual input data for Generative Design using Fusion 360
- Setup generative design environment in Generative Design.
- Interpret and sort through design study outcomes in Generative Design.
- Utilize Netfabb to prepare a design for manufacturing.
Jay Tedeschi, ISM Senior Technical Marketing Specialist, joined Autodesk in October of 1994. His primary focus is promoting the use and adoption of Autodesk's suite of engineering, design and manufacturing software products.Prior to joining Autodesk, Jay worked as a Design Engineer in support of the United States Naval Undersea Systems/Warfare Center in New London CT. These responsibilities were primarily related to R&D and production design of various components of Attack Submarine Combat Systems. Subsequent to this, he was employed by an aerospace company, where he was part of an R&D team tasked with advanced product design for aircraft crew and passenger seating. His practical experience in industry has given Jay a broad background in multiple engineering disciplines, utilizing many different design tools and processes. These disciplines include shipbuilding, general outfitting design, electro-mechanical packaging as well as composite design and manufacture.