New manufacturing processes and hardware are changing the way products are designed and made. This class will focus on how companies can use innovative DED (directed energy deposition) additive processes in their businesses to respond faster, produce more efficiently, and produce parts they couldn't have through traditional manufacturing techniques. We'll be focusing primarily on PowerMill 2019 software's support for additive/hybrid manufacturing processes, and the Diversified Machine Systems (DMS) Hybrid Machining Center that combines 5-axis additive and 5-axis subtractive machining. You'll learn which industries have lead the way in adopting these technologies and how they've implemented them, which applications in your shop could benefit from DED hybrid technology, how to most effectively plan for hybrid processes, and how to best utilize the new Additive tools in PowerMill.
- Understanding Metal AM, Directed Energy Deposition, & Hybrid Manufacturing
- Learn the most common applications for DED today
- Understand different DED/Hybrid platforms and how they differ
- Learn how DED/Hybrid manufacturing technology is being applied to repair high-value aerospace blisk by our Autodesk Advanced Consulting Team and Industry Partners
Hey. I’m James, a consultant working within the Autodesk Advanced Consulting team. I joined the company in 2014, working in the Advanced Manufacturing Facility as a 5-Axis Machinist before moving internally to the Consulting team in March of this year. Prior to my career at Autodesk, I started my working life as a CNC Milling Apprentice at a small engineering company, using Autodesk products but as a customer. During my time at my previous company, I completed firstly a Foundation Degree, and then a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering Systems at Aston University. My current role within the Autodesk Advanced Consulting team requires me to use the skills I already possessed, as well as adapt to new and cutting edge technologies - allowing me to provide detailed solutions for customers.
Director of Sales for Design and Software International, the largest Autodesk Digital Manufacturing Master Reseller, formerly Delcam reseller. We sell and support Autodesk DMG Products throughout North America and are a global consultant and service provider. A graduate of the University of Cincinnati Linder College of Business with undergraduate work in Mecahnical Engineering. Selling and supporting CADCAM software applications for over 10 years. Also lead business development and sub-dealer channel development for Design and Software International.