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by Eric Paul, June 23, 2016

KETIV Meetup: Welcome to Fusion 360

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Hello everyone! It’s time for another Fusion 360 Meetup. This month, KETIV is partnering with the Autodesk Fusion 360 Team in order to bring this to reality. Join the Los Angeles Fusion 360 Meetup group, where you’ll join engineers, designers, makers, startups, students and like-minded design experts in conversation about building great products.

When: Tuesday, June 28, 2016,  to

Where: KETIV Technologies, 3010 Saturn St. #100, Brea, CA (map)

RSVP here

As most of you already know, Fusion 360 is Autodesk’s integrated platform for design, simulation, and manufacturing. It’s completely free for students, startups, and hobbyists. Fusion 360 is available on both Windows and Mac OS. 

At this event we’ll cover a basic overview of Fusion 360 – which will introduce you to the many features and functionality. We will also talk about how Fusion 360 can complement and simplify many complex workflows.

If you are completely new to 3D modeling and design, don’t worry! Coming to this Meetup is a perfect way to immerse yourself in the ever-changing world of product development. For more advanced CAD users (Inventor, SolidWorks, PRO/E, etc.), swing by and discover how Fusion 360 has changed the game of 3D modeling and fabrication.

Take advantage of this opportunity to network with industry professionals and learn what Fusion 360 can do for you.

Food and drinks (beer!) will be provided.

Detailed Agenda:

6:00 pm – Doors Open + Meet & Greet
6:30 pm – Welcome and Demonstration / Overview of Fusion 360
7:45 pm – Q&A / Networking
9:00 pm – Drive Home Safe

Can’t wait to see you all there! Please RSVP here if you are attending.

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