My First CAM Project in Fusion 360

I've been meaning to write this blog post up for weeks! As you may or may not know, this comping week, I will be presenting my Autodesk University London class. The session is called: School of Rock: Building an Electric Guitar with the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection (Code: AULON565) In preparation for the class, I... Continue Reading →

Let’s Rock at AU London 2019

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... Continue Reading →

3 Reasons To Stop using IGES Files

Anyone who has worked with me, will know that I am not a fan of the IGES file format. Having worked in the Automotive OEM supply chain in the early 2000's, I have had my fair share of issues with IGES files. Mostly related to geometry that contained missing faces, gaps or faces oriented incorrectly... Continue Reading →

Units Matter: Here’s how to set them

In 1996 the inaugural Tri-Nations rugby tournament was played between Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. New Zealand won the trophy that year, but the story behind the massive trophy is rather interesting. According to a 2013 article on stuff.co.nz, the trophy now lives at the Palmerston North Rugby Museum. Taking up the most space... Continue Reading →

Generative Design comes to PDMC

Product Design and Manufacturing Collection subscribers now have access to the Generative Design tools in Fusion 360 Ultimate. Generative Design uses Cloud Credits for processing, these credits would need to be purchased in addition to your PDMC subscription. Check out the tweet below from Fusion 360, follow the link through to all of the details.... Continue Reading →

Autodesk AMF + Generative Design

I had the privilege of attending a Generative Design Workshop at the Autodesk Advanced Manufacturing Facility in Birmingham today. Pictured above is the BAC Mono, which is permanently parked in the foyer. The event was hosted by Paul Munford and Harv Saund of Autodesk. Tour of the Autodesk AMF Birmingham: I arrived a bit early,... Continue Reading →

Blog Archive

Below is a set of links to my 228 blog posts on Cadline Community. There are even more in the archives, the list below dates back to the 2012 product releases, so should go far enough back. Enjoy! Vault: Improve Collaboration with Shared Views Use Cadline Connect to Manage Your Vault PDFs Inventor - Quick... Continue Reading →

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