It’s just about that time of year again! I’ll be presenting at the 3rd Autodesk University at the Tobacco Dock in London. The event is on the 18th and 19th of June. If you don’t have a ticket yet, hurry, they won’t be available after the middle of this week.
This year I decided not to put a class in, and at the last minute, Paul Munford convinced me to. I think there was a day to go before the cutoff, and I realised that I had the perfect project. I had just built an electric guitar, and had used the Product Design and Manufacturing Collection to do it, so I had the perfect data-set and design story.
Along the way I called in a few favours, including a trip to the Autodesk Manufacturing facility on Birmingham with Harv Saund to CNC machine a miniature version of the guitar body using Fusion 360. The 3D Print Bureau at Tritech, kindly made the volume and tone knobs for the guitar, from an STL file I saved out of Inventor.
The class is packed full of interesting workflows that exploit the tools in the Collection.
Here is a brief preview of the class.
To find my class, click on the image below, and then type “guitar” into the SEARCH box, my class will come up!
10 points for spotting the typo (come chat to me about it at the event).
If you missed me last year, check out “Need for Speed: 102 Productivity Hacks for Inventor” here: