In today's difficult times, all around the world engineers and designers like you are constantly facing challenges, including reducing costs, reducing weight, making innovative product designs faster, and on and on. In this session, we will take your designs to the next level by utilizing the phenomenal Shape Generator and Stress Analysis available within Inventor Professional software. The session will go through workflows and tips based on industry best practices. The class will also demonstrate various examples of how designers like you have made effective use of Shape Generator and Stress Analysis. This session features Inventor Professional and Inventor Professional.
- Learn about innovation
- Learn how to design with more confidence
- Learn how other designers have successfully utilized analysis capabilities within Inventor
- Learn how to apply best practices
David Truyens has buildup a strong overview on the Autodesk manufacturing products in the 10 years he has been working for distribution in the Benelux. Always had a passion for simulation, but also multi-disciplinary projects. He studied at the University of Antwerp as an electro-mechanical engineer, with a final project on the optimization of a wing box in a collaboration with Dassault. Later on he moved from heavy lifting to product design to find his passion in CAE. Other passions are tinkering with Arduino and CNC (creating a self-balancing robot for example). In rare occasions when he can’t be found behind his computer or at a customer he seeks complete disconnection while sailing at sea.
Wasim Younis is a simulation manager at Symetri, with more than 20 years of experience in the manufacturing field, including having worked at Rolls-Royce, British Aerospace, and Nuclear Electric. Younis has been teaching at Autodesk University for more than 7 years, and has been involved with Simulation software since Autodesk, Inc., first introduced it. He is well known throughout the Simulation community, and has authored the Up and Running with Autodesk Inventor Simulation books, available worldwide. He also manages and runs a dedicated forum for simulation users on LinkedIn called Up and Running with Autodesk Inventor Simulation.