Between the Lines

Shaan Hurley's Autodesk blog

Tinkercad Goes LEGO Brick Mode

Instructables robot in LEGOs using Tinkercad brick workspace by Guillermo Melantoni Cortabarria

Fusion 360 Sheet Metal Challenge – One Day Remaining to Enter

You have on more day to enter the Fusion 360 Sheet Metal Contest and win a trip to Autodesk’s Pier 9 in San Francisco and a pass to Autodesk University.

It only take a couple hours to create something fun and amazing in Fusion 360s new Sheet Metal feature and then enter it to win. We even provided you with the truck model in Fusion 360 to base your design from.

Helping Friends Affected by Hurricane Harvey

You may have seen the news of the large Hurricane Harvey that hit the Gulf Coast of Texas this weekend bringing winds around 150mph and 20+ inches of rain causing flooding.

Fusion 360 Meetup Portland

Last evening we held a Fusion 360 Meetup in downtown Portland at the nice modern CENTRL space. Fusion team members Michael Aubry, Mike Prom, and Keqing Song were in attendance.

Between the Lines Blog Turns 14 Years Old

Hard to believe, but this blog has been active for 14 years now. This blog was created August 21, 2003. What a long strange journey and amazing feeling of gratitude for all the readers over the years.

14 years = 168 months and over 14.5 million hits and 2.1 million unique visitors.

Sincere Thank You,
Shaan

Between the Lines Blog Turns 14 Years Old

Hard to believe, but this blog has been active for 14 years now. This blog was created August 21, 2003. What a long strange journey and amazing feeling of gratitude for all the readers over the years.

14 years = 168 months and over 14.5 million hits and 2.1 million unique visitors.

Sincere Thank You,
Shaan

Totality Worth It

Yesterday was the total eclipse of the sun in the United States, and a big deal. I went about 90 minutes south of Portland Oregon to Mary’s Peak at about 4000 feet above sea level with a group of people to see the eclipse as it started on the coast of North America. We could see from the ocean to Mount Hood.

Totality Worth It

Yesterday was the total eclipse of the sun in the United States, and a big deal. I went about 90 minutes south of Portland Oregon to Mary’s Peak at about 4000 feet above sea level with a group of people to see the eclipse as it started on the coast of North America. We could see from the ocean to Mount Hood.

Fusion 360 Meetup in Portland Oregon

If you are located in or nearby beautiful Portland Oregon, please join us for the meetup August 23rd, 2017. Mike Prom, a Fusion 360 Product Mgr. and a sheet metal rock star will be presenting and taking questions. There will be beer and pizza.
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