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Autodesk Accelerates Success with Collaborative Manufacturing Workflows and a New IoT Toolkit

At Accelerate 2017 conference in Boston, Autodesk was showcasing how the Fusion product innovation platform is helping solve manufacturing challenges for a company trying to brighten the future of cancer care with next-generation therapies. Also in the spotlight at the annual event is a new IoT Discovery Toolkit, developed in partnership with Electric Imp, aimed at fast-tracking Internet of Things (IoT) business transformation.

MakerBot and Autodesk Tinkercad Connect for Seamless Cloud-based 3D Design and 3D Printing

Now more than ever, educators need intuitive, easy-to-use STEAM learning tools to implement in their classrooms. MakerBot and Autodesk Tinkercad are proud to announce a new connection between Tinkercad, the widely used entry-level 3D design software in education – and MakerBot, the largest connected 3D printing solution for educators. This new collaboration between MakerBot and Autodesk marks the first step in a growing commitment to embed powerful modeling software and 3D printing into the same seamless workflow.

The Power of Generative Design is coming to Autodesk Netfabb 2018

“Among comic book superheroes, Tony Stark is my favorite. Why? Because he doesn’t have powers from a freak accident or through an extraterrestrial birth. No, he’s an engineer who uses his brain – and technology – to solve problems.” That’s what the capabilities in Netfabb 2018, the comprehensive additive manufacturing solution, will do for customers: give them the power to combine human ingenuity and machine learning, where the two together are greater than the sum of their parts.

The Future of How Things Get Made

As designs become increasingly computable, the ability and ease of making changes grows exponentially. At Autodesk, they are obsessed with harnessing the latest advances in AI to transform the way design works.

Inventor 2018: It’s Here!

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Thousands of users have shared their thoughts with the Inventor development team and tried out alphas and betas over the past year in order to make their mark on the Inventor 2018 release. Here’s a quick overview of the overall release and some background on the top new features.

Introducing AutoCAD 2018

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Another year has gone by, and Autodesk’s professionals have been working hard to bring the customers innovative CAD features to help them design the next aerodynamic bike, energy-efficient building, high-speed railway, or anything else they can dream up.

EOS exhibited the future of Additive Manufacturing at formnext 2016

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EOS, one of the worldwide technology and quality leaders for high-end solutions in the field of Additive Manufacturing (AM), exhibited its latest AM and software solutions at the formnext trade show in Frankfurt, Germany. These included a scalable EOS Shared Modules concept to optimise all stages of the AM build process, the integrated manufacturing software EOSPRINT 2.0 as well as EOSTATE Exposure for the real-time monitoring of the build process.

Huge line-up of new Fusion 360 capabilities including browser, ECAD, generative design and more in the works

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Hot on the heels of a major update to Fusion 360, a huge line-up of new capabilities is coming to the centerpiece of Autodesk’s cloud-based product innovation platform. As announced at Autodesk University in Las Vegas, additional Fusion 360 capabilities will become available in the browser, followed later by the addition of generative design, ECAD and sheet metal features.