With the advancement in 3D printing techniques and technologies, prototyping, and testing new conceptual products is easier and cheaper than ever. However, this advancement needs to be accompanied by accessing an industrial grade 3D modelling tool that are low cost or free for the average person. In this technical seminar, you will be introduced to a free and advanced industrial grade software (Autodesk Fusion 360) and get a first-hand overview of its capabilities.
Fardin is an electrical engineering practitioner with experience in electrical and mechanical design, programming, machine learning, neural networks, and product and industrial design. He received his Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia in 2011. Having a combination of knowledge and experience in both electrical and mechanical engineering fields has made him capable of approaching a full-fledged design of various products. He is a past chair and current treasurer of the association’s Richmond Delta Branch of Engineers and Geoscientists BC, and he had been leading the National Engineering and Geoscience Month (NEGM) events of the Branch for the past few years.