Title: Producing High Quality Artistic Props for the Arts & Entertainment Industry
Date: Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Entertainment manufacturing is a quickly changing, and relying more on technology to keep up with the demands in the market. Previously sculpted by hand, now designers and manufacturers in this industry are turning to CNC machines and software to move things along quickly, while maintaining quality.
One of Autodesk’s strengths within the industrial industries, is high-end CAM that’s also excels at producing large, complex organic and architectural components. These types of components commonly associated with the film, theme park and billboard market need a strong CAM program that has the capability in handling STL and triangle mesh CAD files to get the part right the first time. In this webinar we will demonstrate how to use CAM software to utilize large multiaxis routers to produce high quality artistic props, safely and efficiently.
Technical Sales Specialist Manager
Gordon Maxwell transitioned to the Autodesk Manufacturing team after the Delcam transition. Covering fields as varied as reverse engineering, design, and computer-aided machining through to inspection, has enabled him to be involved in all areas of the manufacturing cycle. Prior to working at Autodesk\Delcam, Gordon’s professional roles have all been relevant to computer numerical control (CNC), CAD/CAM, and the use of machine tools to manufacture parts. These roles have taken him from his country of birth, South Africa, to the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Canada, and the United States