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Last Build Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2017 10:44:48 -0700

 



AU5K Shirts

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 10:44:48 -0700

We may have tee-shirts for participants in the now official Autodesk University morning run/walks better known as the AU5K. I'm looking for great ideas on a shirt design that is witty and funny. The shirt should be worthy of being proudly worn at AU and maybe during the morning runs and when you return to your office to show off. I know we have very funny and creative readers, and perhaps you uncreative ones know a person you can hit...



AEC HACKATHON 4.3 – PORTLAND

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 09:38:39 -0700

If you are in beautiful sunny Portland Oregon this week, enjoy seeing cutting edge AEC, and networking then this event is for you. The Future of Making and Digital Construction in Portland. AEC HACKATHON 4.3 - PORTLAND https://aechackathon.com/portland/



35 Years of AutoCAD Celebration Goes Way Up

Mon, 17 Jul 2017 15:00:47 -0700

An AutoCAD Team member, Hill Fang has summited with his 35 years of AutoCAD flag. Hill Fang summited Muztagh-Ata, 7,546m / 24,757ft, on July 3rd,2017 with an “I Love AutoCAD” 35 Year anniversary flag. Hill started using AutoCAD back in AutoCAD 2.x in the 80’s. This is not the first time Hill has taken AutoCAD flags to summits of mountains. Keep Calm & Love AutoCAD on China’s, Mt. Banji, at 5,430m Hill Fang on right. Climbing 24,757 feet is no...



Future of Making – Available Now

Mon, 17 Jul 2017 10:57:54 -0700

Scott posted that the new Autodesk Future of Making book is now available on Amazon. This is a quality hard cover book with great stories of the future of making things. Autodesk's New FUTURE OF MAKING book now available on Amazon.com One of the highlights of doing the Bali 3D reality capture project was meeting the children of Green School and getting to show our UAS (drones) to them and also see what they were studying in school. Here is...



Autodesk University 2017 Classes Revealed

Thu, 13 Jul 2017 11:23:50 -0700

Classes for Autodesk University 2017 have been unveiled after all the voting and now the presenters have been notified. A flood of great classes, presentations, and tracks were proposed and after you voted for what you wanted to attend and learn we should have a great learning event with the best of the best. http://autode.sk/2uQWKM5 I hope to see you at AU 2017! -Shaan PS: The AU 5K will be an official Autodesk University event this year! AU5K Bigger than...



AutoCAD Answer Day is Today

Thu, 13 Jul 2017 09:24:59 -0700

Today is Autodesk Answer Day at the Autodesk Community! It snuck up on me right after Autodesk’s Week of Rest last week and the holiday the week prior. If you have any burning questions regarding AutoCAD, now is the time to ask the AutoCAD team and get their answers and insight. Its free to participate. Get your questions answered: http://autode.sk/apac-answer-day



Solve WiFi Range and Bandwidth Issues

Mon, 10 Jul 2017 20:42:21 -0700

I wanted to share this with readers that might have the same modern day issues. I recently moved into a new house and was battling getting WiFi throughout the house. The house is a 75 year old farmhouse and now renovated, but the layout is odd with many walls and a floor between the bedroom and all the way out to my home office. In the past I had tried the WiFi repeaters and had little success, other than lightening...



Autodesk This Week

Mon, 03 Jul 2017 14:33:45 -0700

Most of my Autodesk colleagues are off this week, as am I. I am spending time with family and finishing moving into the renovated farmhouse that I purchased in the SE Portland area. My mother, daughter, and me at a Hood River lavender farm. The view looking down the huge Cape Kiwanda sand dune before our annual race to the bottom with my daughter. Post sand dune downhill race photo. The new place to cool down and unwind, the back...



Thinking Big with Generative Design

Tue, 27 Jun 2017 09:32:51 -0700

See how Stanley Black & Decker’s Breakthrough Innovation Group used generative design and additive manufacturing technologies in a pilot project to lightweight its crimping tool attachment part. The Power of Generative Design is coming to Autodesk Netfabb 2018 “The resulting generative design may look a bit unusual to some, but it reduced the hydraulic crimping attachment weight by just over 3lbs, or 60%. The simulations that were run concurrently showed that the tool maintained the strength characteristics of the original...



Kids at Autodesk Day

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 16:38:23 -0700

This has to be one of my favorite days of the year at the office, and I remember my grown children attending back in the San Rafael HQ office many years ago. Our employees bring their children in and each office organizes a series of activities. In our Lake Oswego, Oregon office (Portland), we held our Kids at Autodesk Day last Friday. The kids from young to older teenagers signed in and got their own Autodesk badges and then a...



Pup on Wheels

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 14:27:47 -0700

Autodesk colleague Lizzie Bennett brought Jackson into the Autodesk office, because we love dogs at Autodesk. Jackson is a Corgi with a degenerative disease requiring him to use wheels for mobility. He is such a happy and energetic pup that loves to play fetch.



Generative Design for the Office Layout

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:04:03 -0700

Autodesk used Generative Design to define the optimal workspace in one of our offices. In the future we see design taking in the employee and organizational preferences in the office neighborhoods. Make sure those that work frequently together are located in close proximity, employees that like the sunny exposure are seated in sunny portions of the office, and the employees that prefer a quiet space are in planned quiet area neighborhoods of the office. Think of it like the design...