Successful machine shops and manufacturing departments understand the importance of hitting project deadlines and meeting customer expectations. Making the best use of your hardware, your people, and other resources is central to your business being able to deliver quality parts, on time, every time. But what happens when your business experiences growth and your resources are already maxed out? What happens if you secure a multi-part customer order but don’t have the in-house capabilities to produce every component? Thankfully, Autodesk and Xometry have a solution, helping you to instantly extend and expand your capabilities – allowing you to focus on what you do best – keeping your customers happy.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how manufacturers, like you, are using Autodesk and Xometry to supplement their capacity, and hit those deadlines. In this webinar you will learn:
Wayne Griffenberg, Technical Specialist Autodesk Fusion 360
Wayne is an experienced engineer and machinist, with over 20+ years of CAD & CAM experience. His extensive background includes design, development and manufacturing of products ranging from infant incubators to total knee & hip implant prosthesis. Wayne has a MET degree from Penn State University and has worked at Autodesk for the last 4 years, helping customers realize their full potential.
Greg Paulsen, Applications Engineering at Xometry
Greg Paulsen leads the Applications Engineering team at Xometry, working directly with customers on special case projects. He’s an expert in all things manufacturing, from 3D printing to CNC machining, to injection molding and beyond. He spends a lot of time helping Xometry customers design for manufacturing and get the most out of their projects.