Get hands on experience with Autodesk Fusion 360, the next-generation 3D CAD/CAM cloud-based tool
Tomorrows Engineers, Artists, and Makers will be designing self-driving cars, personalized wearables, and connected devices for the Internet of Things. Making these future things requires modern tools that leverage new practices such as 3D printing, cloud computing, and digital simulation. Tomorrow’s tools are being developed today, and this workshop will put them in your hands!
Prepare to make your mark when you graduate and join us for hands-on training on Autodesk® Fusion 360TM software from an Autodesk product specialist.
When: Wednesday, April 8th @ 5p.m.
Where: UMass Lowell – Olsen Hall, Room 102
RSVP: Google Form (Takes ~1 minute) – Please respond here so that we can have enough pizza
Prior to Attending: Please install and log into Autodesk Fusion 360 on your Mac or PC prior to the event. www.autodesk.com/fusion360-students.
At event: Bring your laptop, power cord, external mouse, and creativity!
Autodesk, Inc., is a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. Students, educators and academic institutions have free* access to all Autodesk software including Fusion 360. Go to www.students.autodesk.com for more information.
Presenter: Mike Alcazaren, Application Engineer
Mike is a graduate of University at Buffalo (ME, AE ’12). As an engineering professional, Mike has experience developing mechanical designs for department of defense applications with Raytheon. Mike is also on the Engineers for a Sustainable World National Team, as Chapter Relations Director. Mike is passionate about getting the latest technology into the hands of design & engineering students to help build their technical skillset and build a career solving today’s most challenging problems