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Carl Bass of Autodesk: Keynote at MakerCon 2014

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24 May 2014



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“MakerCon 2014: Carl Bass, the president and chief executive officer of Autodesk, announced their first venture into digital fabrication hardware, the yet-to-be-named Autodesk 3D Printer’. In addition, they have also created Spark, a open (but not open source) 3D printing platform that will ‘serve as a reference implementation for Spark’ and ‘demonstrate the power of the Spark platform’”

John Payne‘s insight:

Mr. Bass began this presentation by talking about how yesterday’s tools are not well suited to today’s work environment.

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