InventorCAM brings iMachining and a new reality to Autodesk University 2011

Wherever and whenever iMachining for InventorCAM is shown, the result is always the same – astonishment!. "Seeing is believing", as the newly initiated say they would not have believed the claims of up to 70% savings in machining time and dramatic tool life increase, if they had not just seen iMachining in action for themselves.

The InventorCAM booth was located directly across from the TechShop pavilion and featured three large monitors providing a close up, real-time, live feed of iMachining in action directly from the TechShop mill.

Both booths were extremely crowded throughout the conference with numerous positive comments about the live feed in the InventorCAM booth providing a great opportunity to see iMachining up close, without fighting the crowds around the machine in the TechS

The InventorCAM booth was located directly across from the TechShop pavilion and featured three large monitors providing a close up, real-time, live feed of iMachining in action directly from the TechShop mill.

Both booths were extremely crowded throughout the conference with numerous positive comments about the live feed in the InventorCAM booth providing a great opportunity to see iMachining up close, without fighting the crowds around the machine in the TechS

The obvious challenge for InventorCAM is to show as many people iMachining in action as possible. In 2011, Autodesk University, in Las Vegas, Nevada, provided the perfect setting to meet this challenge head-on.

For many years, Autodesk University has provided it's attendees incredible access to in-depth training seminars, highlights of their product innovation and future development, a chance to meet with Autodesk partners to see complimentary products and the opportunity to get users to exchange ideas and best practices in using Autodesk products. The 2011 conference featured an additional dimension - actual product manufacturing. With the partnership of TechShop, educational facilities dedicated to training designers in the fabrication of products, InventorCAM brought design to life with live machining of parts in front of thousands of impressed attendees. As the chips flew off the Mill, and the part emerged from the material, the reality of design jumping off the screen to become a tangible part, "wowed the crowd", as a new dimension in design and manufacturing emerged at Autodesk University.  

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