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Day 1 - Orientation / Kick-Off: AutoDesk, CAD, 3D Printing

Day 1 - Orientation / Kick-Off: AutoDesk, CAD, 3D Printing

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Day 1 is the official kick-off to the iBioMed Connect Series. Students will get an introduction to CAD, Autodesk and 3D printing. Students will also get to participate in networking opportunities and more!


*Registrations are now closed*

Registration deadline: 11:59 PM EST, Thursday August 19, 2021

This day will include:

  • Kick-Off and Introductions (Meet iBioMed Staff and Program Directors)
  • Introduction to Student Resources (Academic Advising, Student Success Centre, Student Wellness Centre, iBioMed Society)
  • Student Panel (Ask current students everything you've ever wanted to know about the iBioMed program!)
  • Introduction to CAD, 3D Printing, Autodesk

Important Notes:

  • The iBioMed Connect Series is optional and will have no impact on grades
  • There are two timeslots available - one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The content is exactly the same for both the morning and afternoon offering.
  • The iBioMed Connect Series is only available to current iBioMed students
  • The iBioMed Connect Series will be conducted entirely online

Technical Requirements:

  • Required Software: AutoDesk Inventor 2021 

  • Free Download Link:  

    Software Requirements:  

  • Windows 
    OS Version: 64-bit Microsoft Windows 10 

    CPU: 3.0 GHz or greater with 4 or more cores (recommended), or 2.5 GHz (minimum) 

    Memory: 32 GB RAM (recommended), or 16 GB (minimum) 

    Graphics: 4 GB GPU (recommended) or 1 GB GPU (minimum) 

    Disk Space: 40 GB 

    Peripherals: Computer mouse (recommended) 

  • Mac 
    Disk Space: 128 GB (recommended), or 64 GB (minimum) 
    *You must install Windows such that you can choose whether to run Mac or Windows OS upon startup of your system/laptop. You may do so using BootCamp here: 
    Alternatively, if you are unable to install Windows on your Mac device in order to install AutoDesk Inventor, you can remotely access a campus computer lab device on your web browser by using the Web Client below. Instructions and requirements are listed when you click on Web Client at the link below. You will be able to open AutoDesk Inventor for the workshop through the remote desktop, but it is strongly recommended you install it directly on your Mac device using the method above as you may incur performance issues through the remote desktop: