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Autodesk University – Nov 13-15 Las Vegas

Autodesk University 2018

Manufacturing on a small but real scale

 

This year, alongside partners Howick and KHS&S, StrucSoft Solutions will be running live the workflow from Revit > MWF > Howick roll forming machine > manufacturing by building a community clinic during the Autodesk University show hours. 

 

Prior to the show we will of designed and framed the clinic in Revit® using MWF Pro Metal. During the show we will output the entire project to a Howick machine to roll, punch and cut each stud live, assembling an entire clinic by show’s end.  

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Sponsored by the Autodesk Foundation, this clinic will be replicated by the Virginia Tech Center for Design Research (VT-CDR) and donated across areas in sub-Saharan Africa, where 1,000 more clinics are hoped to be produced. Working with locals, the VT-CDR team will provide the tools and training to integrate the automated production with local building practices. 

 

Find us in the main Autodesk Expo Area (G100 – see attached) where attendees will be given the opportunity to assemble a small steel structure, walk through a completed section of the clinic and watch another section being built!  

 


Be sure to check out StrucSoft’s Director of Sales and Marketing, Brandon Ionata present: Factories, robotics and assembly lines, the construction industry’s newest tools. Find him at the AU Theater located adjacent to AU’s Community Hub Wednesday November 14 from 1:30PM – 2:30PM.

 

For more information on our main exhibit, visit our booth B700 in the construction and fabrication section, email us at marketing@strucsoftsolutions.com or call us at 514-538-6862

 

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