Five weeks, Monday, November 17th through December 15th Autodesk Inventor is a professional CAD program popular in the manufacturing world that offers an easy-to-use set of tools for 3D mechanical design, documentation, product simulation and digital prototyping. This class will provide students with an introduction of the basics of 3D CAD modeling, and students will learn how to design basic shapes and simple edits of modeling. Instructor Seth Bashore is a senior at Lafayette high school who has two years experience with hand drafting and Autodesk Inventor. Seth has also completed Lego competitions for four years, winning best design, best teamwork, and most points on the field for many of those four seasons and has held many leadership roles in the Boy Scouts. He enjoys taking apart and fixing almost anything ranging from computers and small electronics to cars. Seth was introduced to Newton’s Attic by Ryan Norton, for whom he volunteered throughout Spring Break when Ryan taught Java Programming and Lego Robotics at Newton’s Attic. Seth taught Lego Robotics for Newton's Attic this past summer, and we are pleased to have him back teaching Autodesk Inventor 3D CAD modeling!