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How do we manufacture quality products for a rapidly changing industry? Join Autodesk on August 25-27, 2020 for the Advanced Manufacturing Summit, which will explore this pressing question and more. The FREE, virtual global conference brings together industry professionals to learn the latest design and manufacturing techniques, get up to speed on the latest trends, and improve product quality.

During the Summit, you will take part in a personalized series of classes and presentations that introduce you to new techniques related to the fields of AdditiveCAM, and Injection Molding. Industry experts will lead the way as you experience the latest features in your favorite tools, including MoldflowFusion 360FeatureCAMNetfabbPowerMillPowerInspect, and PowerShape. Finally, allocated time for networking will ensure you walk away with valuable connections.

The recent rapid manufacturing response to ventilator demand, how to bring the cutting of composite parts to the 21st century and generative workflows are among the many topics to be explored during the Summit. There will also be a wide selection of classes dedicated to Fusion 360, including a hands-on PowerMill workflow session, a complex mold manufacture session and more.

A different keynote presentation will kick off each day of programming. Keynote speakers include Srinath Jonnalagadda with BAC Mono, Ian Pendlebury with Engel, and Leanne Gluck with Ultimaker and Jabil.

Be part of the new era of product development. Register for the Advanced Manufacturing Summit for FREE here.

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Kilroy Kristen

Kristen is the Technical Product Marketing Manager for Autodesk Moldflow, Helius, and CFD products. She has a degree in Plastics Engineering Technology from Pennsylvania State University, and has experience as a facility and project engineer at a custom injection molder. Kristen joined Autodesk in 2013 as a technical support specialist, focusing on working with Moldflow customers. She uses her industry and product expertise to create content and manage digital marketing efforts for Autodesk's simulation portfolio.

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