Autodesk Meetup at TechShop Detroit

Share what you know and ask questions about what you don't. What a great way to learn tricks and tips for Autodesk software! Bring in your Autodesk files to share with others at the meet-up (and don't forget to bring your latest prototype!) Meet-up emcee is Patrick Miller, TechShop instructor and education developer for Autodesk software.

This meet-up is free and open to TechShop members.

 

 

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  • John_TS_DTW

    Funny. I was using Catch and it was doing well.. until everyone in the class logged in simulataneously.. and the zebra turned to a snail.

    Patrick was fabulous again last night. Autodesk is coming with a lot of new products. In the future, some members could present for 10 minutes in their areas of expertise and how Autodesk product(s) helped. This way, we share and also improve our presentation skills.

    March 6, 2014

  • Bennett Z.

    What a neat way to learn tricks.
    Benz magic

    March 6, 2014

  • Bennett Z.

    Patrick was going so fast that the computers could not keep up. Very informative.
    -benz

    March 6, 2014

  • Chris L.

    Another superlative evening! Patrick really knows his stuff, and is more than willing to work with the attendees on the real-world problems they face.

    March 6, 2014

  • Tim K.

    Patrick was great as always, watching how Fusion can be used on a mesh project to form a vector model just blows your mind. Showing how to use the assembly constraints was great. Can't wait for the next meetup. Tim King

    1 · March 5, 2014

  • John_TS_DTW

    Hello, Patrick.
    My friend showed me 123D/catch. Can you touch on that subject? Thank you very much.

    February 28, 2014

    • Patrick M.

      Hey John. We can absolutely talk about 123D Catch. I was just at Stanford where we were working with 123D Catch, MeshMixer, and Fusion to scan and edit models.

      March 4, 2014

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