Join CADD Microsystems and Autodesk for a Reverse Engineering webinar highlighting how manufacturers can intelligently make decisions, produce results, and remove repetitive processes in their day-to-day workflows. Manufacturers can standardize best practices and quality standards, and promote repeatability between all employees using the same setup.
We will be hosting guest speakers Blaine Duke, Christian Poluch, and Edward Ward from Autodesk who will show you how manufacturers import, fix, and prepare complex models for CNC machining. You'll also learn how to use reverse engineering tools to convert STL meshes into wireframe, surfaces, and solid models.
During this webinar, we’ll cover:
• Importing part scan data to convert into 3D models
• Using the mesh segmentation tool
• Analyzing part and mesh comparisons
• Importing reverse engineered model from PowerShape into FeatureCAM
• Using Feature Recognition to drill holes and mill sections
• Machine Simulation on a 5-axis Mill
• Generating NC Code
• And more!
There will also be a live Q&A with the presenters at the end.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Edward Ward, Autodesk
Edward joined Delcam in 1999 as an application engineer before moving to Canada in 2002 where he continued his role providing training and technical guidance to customers across North America. He has over 20 years of valuable knowledge in the CAD/CAM industry and following the acquisition of Autodesk in 2016 he has spent the last few years as a Technical Sales Specialist working closely with customers to help them grow and support their manufacturing business.
Blaine Duke, Autodesk
Over the past 22 years, Blaine has worked with small to large companies as well as the Department of Defense. Blaine provides Design and Make software solutions for Manufacturing. In his free time, he enjoys the outdoors and being with family.
Christian Poluch, Autodesk
Christian joined Delcam in 2015 as an application engineer where he supported PartMaker, FeatureCAM, and PowerMill; specializing in Swiss and Multi-Axis Lathes. Before that he worked as a manufacturing engineer in multiple aerospace machine shops specializing in CAD design.