We spent last week in Las Vegas attending Autodesk University, but we did more than just attend, we presented.
Tormach’s own, Andy Grevstad, talked about prototype machining in front of a packed room of Autodesk enthusiasts. There was resounding interest in the combination of Tormach machinery and Fusion 360, and what the combination of affordable machinery and software can bring to designers, makers, and engineers alike.
— Curt Chan (@Curt_Chan) December 1, 2015
Our PCNC 440 was also in attendance and got a lot of love on the show floor.
— Lars Christensen (@Lars_cadcam) December 2, 2015
— al dean (@alistardean) December 3, 2015
We were able to stroll through the booths on the floor as well, which was full of all sorts of Autodesk-related creations, like concept sports cars, robotic bartenders, and even live art.
And, we stopped in to see friends of Tormach, Curt Chan and John Saunders, give a presentation.
It was a full week, but we’re already looking forward to next year.