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Mechanical Engineering Webinars

Welcome to Autodesk’s mechanical engineering webinar series. We’ve created a live, interactive experience to help you master the products supporting the work you do.

Mechanical Engineering Community MeetUps

Join our monthly virtual meetup series focused on mechanical engineering in the design and manufacturing space.

Mechanical engineering is one of the widest and most complex disciplines that requires expertise in design, engineering, materials, manufacturing, and adjacent fields. Modern design, engineering, and manufacturing tools address many challenges—yet require a significant investment of time and effort to truly master them. Read more.Read less.

This monthly virtual meetup series is meant to help you:

  1. Understand the solutions available and how they’re connected
  2. Share the best ways to apply available technology to solve typical engineering challenges
  3. Build the community of mechanical engineers practicing and learning Autodesk tools

Each month will feature a rotation of topics including best practices from Autodesk experts and community members, updates from product teams, and even stories from our customers. Register for the next meetup, invite your peers, and join the conversation during the live Q&A session.

October 2019 Series Launch

Session Celebration of Inventor 20-year anniversary and Autodesk University 2019.

Learn about the speakers

  • Picture of Anton Fedoseyev, a speaker for the Mechanical Engineer Webinar series

    Anton Fedoseyev

    D&M Content Manager

    Customer Success Organization

    Anton is a content strategist in the Learning Services Group at Autodesk. He has been with Autodesk for 11 years in a variety of roles, including program manager, technology evangelist, learning content manager, support specialist and event developer. Anton is also an Autodesk certified professional and instructor with a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering and a M.Sc. Computer Science to go with his 15+ years of experience in CAD business.

  • Picture of Kevin Robinson, a speaker for the Mechanical Engineer Webinar series

    Kevin Robinson

    Sr. Marketing Strategy Manager

    Kevin Robinson has spent the last 20 years absorbing, applying, and evangelizing CAD/PDM/PLM technologies. Over the years he has held roles as an end user, drafter, designer, CAD administrator, technical support, trainer, consultant, demo guy, manager, marketing, pre-sales engineering, sales management, business developer, and product manager and lately senior manager for design and manufacturing market strategy. Has taught at AU for over 10 years covering AutoCAD, Inventor, Vault, PLM, IoT and CAD management topics.

  • Picture of Paul Munford, a speaker for the Mechanical Engineer Webinar series

    Paul Munford

    Technical Marketing Manager

    Paul Munford is a laugher, dreamer, raconteur, CAD geek and PDMC Technical Marketing Manager for Autodesk in the UK. Paul's background in manufacturing items for the construction industry gives him a foot in digital prototyping and a foot in Building Information Modeling BIM. Paul is a member of the British Standards Institute Committee for BS8888, the British standard for technical product documentation, and an Ex Autodesk Expert Elite. In his spare time, Munford nurtures the CAD Setter Out blog, and has written for AUGIWorld magazine, DEVELOP3D, and Shaan Hurley's Between the Lines blog.

  • Picture of Thom Tremblay, a speaker for the Mechanical Engineer Webinar series

    Thom Tremblay

    Founder, Author, Teacher – Concepts and Design

    In 1986 Thom Tremblay began using AutoCAD and by 1988 he became convinced that at 3D model was the best way to create the 2D drawings he needed. The next several years working as a drafter and mechanical designer in shipbuilding, HVAC and building planning, casework, commercial electronics, and centrifugal compressors eventually led Thom using his skills to teach others. With over twenty years of experience consulting with businesses and education institutions of all types and sizes, Thom has developed an understanding of how people use and learn technologies. Thom also holds professional certifications in Autodesk AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor, and is an Autodesk Certified Instructor. Thom has authored several books on Autodesk Inventor and currently is authoring digital learning content for Inventor and Fusion 360.

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Generative Design

Generative design makes for lighter materials, fewer separate components, performance improvements, reduced cost, and an accelerated development process. Ever wonder how? Join us as our live webinar series delves into the particulars of generative design and how its impact is being felt throughout the manufacturing industry. Read more.Read less.

Using artificial intelligence (AI) software and the computing power of the cloud, generative design enables engineers to create thousands of design options by simply defining their design problem with basic parameters such as height, weight it must support, strength, and material options. As with any new technology, however, there’s often confusion and a lack of clarity around what exactly the technology is, and what it isn’t.

In these webinars we’ll walk through how generative design technology fits in the manufacturing design process. We’ll cover a brief demo of Fusion Generative as well as highlight next steps for diving in deeper to learn the tools.

  1. Know how Fusion Generative helps with the product development process.
  2. Know what the workflow looks like from CAD to outcome(s).
  3. Be familiar with the general steps required and capabilities of the interface.
  4. Know what your next steps should be to learn more about Fusion Generative.

Learn about the speakers

  • Picture of Anton Fedoseyev, a speaker for the Mechanical Engineer Webinar series

    Anton Fedoseyev

    D&M Content Manager

    Customer Success Organization

    Anton is a content strategist in the Learning Services Group at Autodesk. He has been with Autodesk for 11 years in a variety of roles, including program manager, technology evangelist, learning content manager, support specialist and event developer. Anton is also an Autodesk certified professional and instructor with a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering and a M.Sc. Computer Science to go with his 15+ years of experience in CAD business.

  • Picture of Apolo Vanderberg, a speaker for the Mechanical Engineer Webinar series

    Apolo Vanderberg

    Support Specialist

    Customer Success Organization

    After completing his bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Apolo Vanderberg began supporting customers in their use of CFD. Over the last 15 years, he has focused on training new users in adapting CFD to their workflows and enterprise accounts to expand their expertise and capabilities of their digital prototyping processes also including additive workflows around Netfabb and Generative Design.

  • Picture of Michael Fiedler, a speaker for the Mechanical Engineer Webinar series

    Michael Fiedler

    Support Specialist

    Customer Success Organization

    As an enterprise simulation specialist at Autodesk, Inc., Michael Fiedler provides proactive and reactive simulation support to Autodesk's Enterprise users. Michael obtained his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, and worked with locomotives, steam turbines, and sheet metal hydroforming prior to becoming involved with finite element analysis (FEA). He has been helping FEA software users via technical support, training, and web content since 1999, and he has been with Autodesk since 2009.

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