Manufacturers are under more pressure than ever to deliver better products faster, at lower cost, and with less waste. Autodesk is driving the development of future design and manufacturing technology to help you accelerate product development and deliver superior customer experiences.
Manufacturing related products include: Product Design & Manufacturing Collection, Inventor, Fusion 360, and AutoCAD.
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Built on the Autodesk Design & Make Platform, Fusion industry cloud is designed to transform product design and manufacturing by unifying workflows, Autodesk reports.
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As engineering design tools and methods advance, so does the toy industry in the design and production of toy products.
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3D printing promises a new level of creativity and customization for toys while enabling on-demand production.
Ideate Automation, which does not consume any Autodesk Cloud Credits, can be used to schedule the opening of large Revit files.
Release contains improved cloud features, multi-run improvements and enhanced engine stability.
Availability of customized medical devices and orthotics improves with advanced engineering design and fabrication.
CAM Assist uses advanced computer science techniques to generate professional machining strategies for 3-axis parts in seconds.