#NEDDC16 Gets Hands-on with the Future of Making Things

“Product development has changed. So should the tools.”

At IDSA’s Northeast District Design Conference (#NEDDC16) set for April 29-30 in New York City—get hands-on experience with Autodesk® Fusion 360™—the next-generation, 3D CAD/CAM, cloud-based tool that makes it easy for teams to work together on an integrated design, engineering and fabrication platform. Learn the skills required to participate in the Design for Autodesk program, which pays $250 for any 15-piece CAD assembly modeled and submitted.

“Tomorrow’s engineers, artists and makers will be designing self-driving cars, personalized wearables and connected devices for the Internet of Things,” say workshop organizers. “Making these amazing things require modern tools that leverage new practices such as 3D printing, cloud computing and digital simulation. Tomorrow’s tools are being developed today, and this workshop will put them in your hands!”

Register now for #NEDDC16, bring your laptops to model using Fusion 360 and join Mike Alcazaren from Autodesk. Make your mark on the future of making!