Got a vision? Make it real. Come learn about the revolutionary technology that is bridging the gap between design ideation and tangible output. Autodesk 123D Make is the cornerstone of an integrated-fabrication ecosystem transforming the way designers will realize the products of tomorrow. This workshop will cover the essentials of designing for production with laser cutting, a type of subtractive manufacturing that cuts a digital design file into a piece of sheet material. Participants will experiment and configure a series of 2D cut patterns to submit for fabrication through the web-based service, MachineMade.
About this Workshop
Interior designers, architects, designers, manufacturers, and anyone who is interested in learning more about integrated fabrication tools
What is integrated fabrication?
What materials and manufacturing methods can be used?
Modeling with 123D Make
How do I submit my model for production via MachineMade?
Erik Tietz + Andrew Baccon | Machine Made
If you would like to follow along with the delivered content, please bring a laptop with the following software installed:
Autodesk 123D Make
This workshop includes 2 AIA Continuing Education Units.
AIA CEU Credits
Submission forms will be made available at the event.