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Nov 7, 2012
Autodesk Hits Portland 2.0
McMenamins Mission Theater & Pub

The event is FREE - Appetizers & Beer Provided

Two of Autodesk's top Application Engineers (Gary Davis & Marcel de Jong) will be showing the latest Autodesk Suites that include: A Virtual Production Workflow in Maya, Motionbuilder and Mudbox 3ds Max interoperability with After Effects Motionbuilder workflow with Kinect for Motion Capture Special presentations of Sketchbook and Smoke for the MAC New Features

Nov 20, 2013
Autodesk Hits Portland 3.0
McMenamins Mission Theater & Pub

3DV & Autodesk Presents: Autodesk Hits Portland 3.0

Autodesk artists Marcel de Jong, Mark Schoennagel, and Gary Davis are descending upon Portland to provide a rare glimpse of the latest developments in Maya, Mudbox, MotionBuilder, Softimage, 3ds Max, reality capture, Maya LT, and Xgen. The discussion will also include where the industry and technology is heading in 2014 and beyond. The team will be available for questions by the audience after the show.


5:00 - 6:00 Dinner, beer, & Networking

6:00 - 9:00 Demonstration

9:00 Wacom raffle of an Intuos Pro

Wacom Cintiq 24HD hands on display

Nov 25, 2014
3D Printing Holiday Social
ADX Portland

Winter has arrived in Portland, and now is the time to stay in and keep warm next to your 3D printer's cozy heated bed.

Come celebrate the arrival of the holiday season with fellow 3DP enthusiasts at a happy hour social sponsored by local 3D printing innovators ProtoPlant in conjunction with the Portland 3D Printing Meetup Group, Autodesk and MAKE magazine.

Mix, mingle, and watch 3D printers in action. Food and beer provided. Win door prizes from MAKE, Matter Compilers, and ProtoPlant!

YOU MUST RSVP for this free event, as we are limited in space to 150 people.

RSVP here on our Meetup page.

Nov 12, 2015
Autodesk Hits Portland 2015
Empirical Theater at OMSI

Autodesk Hits Portland 2015 is upon us and we find ourselves just a few days away from what has proven itself year after year as "the main 3D event." This year Autodesk brings us a focus on mainstays 3D Studio Max and Maya, along with a new offering - Stingray. 3D printing is a hot topic and Brian McLean from LAIKA will be presenting the latest and greatest tech as they continue to push the envelope out in Hillsboro. Come out and network early with food and drink provided, all within the friendly confines of OMSI and the Empirical Theater.

Mar 9, 2017
Autodesk hits Hedron Makerspace - What's new in Fusion 360 API and CAD/CAM Scripting
Hedron Makerspace

Interested in Design and Robotics? Want to learn more about 3D modeling, CNC wood carving, 3D printing, laser engraving, or welding? Hedron is thrilled to host a few software gurus at Autodesk in March's meetup. Come out and get a download from one of the best in his field, Brian Ekins. Brian will talk about how coding is related to CAD, 3D modeling, and machining. Below is the transcript written by Mike Aubrey from the Fusion 360 Meetup group.

"Let's meetup Thursday March 9th, 6:30 PM at Hedron Makerspace. To kick things off, Jesse with Hedron will be showing off the space...[]...we’ll be featuring local fusion user (and Autodesk API guru) Brian Ekins and his super fun Fusion scripts that let you do interesting things in CAM that are otherwise difficult. Then, we’ve got Keqing Song with the Fusion product team on-deck to finish out the evening with a whole lot of what’s up and coming in Fusion. See you soon!

Bring your laptop. Bring your appetite - we’ve got the food. Bring your curiosity. Whether you’re looking to explore the neighborhood, see an interesting Fusion project, or get glimpse of what’s coming in the future come join us Thursday March 9th at Hedron Makerspace!."


Apr 2, 2018
A conversation about PIE Shop, a startup accelerator for manufactured products
Uncorked Studios

Join Autodesk, PIE, and Uncorked Studios for an open discussion about PIE Shop, a new accelerator focused on startups with physical products and connected devices. The recently announced facility will be housed in the new Autodesk office in the Towne Storage Building in the Central Eastside Industrial District.

Have questions? Thinking about applying? Swing by to chat with the folks collaborating to bring this idea to life in the coming months.

Jan 22, 2019 v 3.0 - Winter Tour 2019

Over the last few years, we’ve had the chance to host many events that expose founders to an alternative universe where companies they’ve been told can’t be built without massive amounts of VC funding are thriving with little, to no, outside investment. We often start these events by warning attendees that they won’t be able to unsee what they’re about to see. Many leave these events with a whole new perspective on not only what is possible, but why limiting exposure the traditional venture business model is beneficial for founders, employees and the cultures and values they’re hoping to embody with their businesses.

Rather than write another blog post or clever FAQ, we wanted to bring that same in-person experience to those considering investment from

Over the next 2 months, we’ll be embarking on a tour of most major metros in the US (we tried picking towns that were a short-ish road trip away from just about anywhere). Our goal with these info sessions is to share our experiences and motives directly with the Indie-curious. They are open to founders interested in taking investment from and Angels/Funds interested in funding companies the way we do. We’re planning to have some founders we’ve backed, and founders who’ve built and scaled profitable businesses, join us for these events to answer questions and share their experiences embracing the values and tactics we preach.


Proudly hosted by PIE and PIE Shop in collaboration with Autodesk

May 7, 2019
Autodesk Product Showcase - Fusion 360 Stump the Chump in Stumptown
221 SE Ankeny St

Got stumped using Fusion 360? Don't worry, you're not alone.

Lucky you, Paul Sohi, our Fusion 360 Evangelist extraordinaire / chump ( will be in our Portland office, so we've decided to host a Fusion 360 meet-up and put him on the spot to answer you questions. Meet fellow users in our Portland community, as well as the folks behind the software. Paul may even show off some of his own workflow tips for making the most of Fusion 360!

Come for the knowledge, stay for the beer banter and pizza!