KETIV - Increase Functionality With the Autodesk Manufacturing Portfolio - Webinar
Join KETIV's Alex Alvarez and Autodesk's Justin Ferguson as they review the new Fusion 360 with PowerMill, Fusion 360 with PowerShape, and Fusion 360 with PowerInspect products.
There are some big changes happening around Autodesk’s Advanced Manufacturing solutions. As you may remember, FeatureCAM became a part of the Fusion 360 family of products earlier this year and now more products are moving to the Fusion 360 portfolio.
In this webinar we’ll be reviewing the new Fusion 360 with PowerMill, Fusion 360 with PowerShape, and Fusion 360 with PowerInspect products. We’ll be joined by Autodesk’s Senior Technical Specialist, Justin Ferguson and focusing on how this repackaging increases access to technology, all while retaining the same access to the power solutions you know and love. No matter the software, a rebranding can always cause unnecessary confusion. At KETIV, we are here to clear up that confusion and make this transition as smooth as possible. A few key points we’ll be discussing:
- How this offers a more seamless product development experience
- How you can easily transition from design to simulation to manufacturing with Autodesk’s next-generation cloud platform
- How these changes will give you better value with access to more technology
About the Presenters:
Alex Alvarez, Application Engineer, KETIV
A graduate from California State University, Fullerton, Alex Alvarez earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with an emphasis in manufacturing. During his time there he worked on projects that involved manual and CNC manufacturing processes.
Using this experience, he has been working at KETIV Technologies for over 2 years, first developing training and adoption strategies for HSM users with a focus in manufacturing and now providing consulting and engineering services for the Automotive and Commercial Machinery Industries.
Justin Ferguson, Senior Technical Specialist, Autodesk
Justin is a subject matter expert in manufacturing, with specialization in subtractive and additive. He holds a Manufacturing Engineering Bachelor of Science from California Polytechnic University, Pomona. Justin has been with Autodesk for four years supporting additive, subtractive, and robotic industries.
Industry experience started with vocational education and continued in an aerospace prototype shop before the finishing the degree at Cal Poly Pomona.
The best part of the job as a technical specialist, according to Justin, is to be able to help customers in the robotic and DED workspaces.
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