The devil is in the details, say researchers at Autodesk University.
Autodesk announced a significant rise in the pricing of their key 3D CAD tool, Fusion 360.
Autodesk released a new version of Fusion 360, and there are quite a few new useful features.
This week’s selection is “Autodesk Fusion 360: A Power Guide for Beginners and Intermediate Users” by John Willis and Sandeep Dogra.
During an Autodesk University session, experts demonstrated the benefits of generative design to perform part consolidation and optimize designs.
Autodesk announced a new feature to assist designers using the Fusion 360 CAD system.
Printlab announced a a new assistive technology design challenge.
The latest version of CAD Exchanger is now able to handle Autodesk Inventor files.
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This week’s selection is “A Beginner’s Guide to 3D Modeling” by Cameron Coward.
This week’s selection is “Tinkercard for Dummies” by Shaun C. Bryant.
Autodesk’s latest version of Fusion 360 includes significant changes to their mesh processing functionality.
This week’s selection is “The 3D Printing Cookbook: Fusion 360 Edition” by David YM Seto and Michael J Welch.
A brief mention in an Autodesk post suggests Formlabs is to integrate functionality within Fusion 360.
Autodesk beefed up their functionality with a new acquisition.
Xometry has provided a plug-in for direct integration with Autodesk Fusion 360.
Autodesk is offering a notable discount on their powerful 3D CAD tool, Fusion 360.
Autodesk announced a very interesting addition to Netfabb: Fusion 360!
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Many businesses in the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, media and entertainment industries rely on Autodesk’s array of software and services to help deliver innovative solutions.
Thousands of Autodesk users, employees, and partners converged this week for the annual Autodesk University conference.
Autodesk announced during its recent Advanced Manufacturing Summit that some of its powerhouse manufacturing tools would be added to Fusion 360, including PowerMill, PowerShape and PowerInspect.
The latest update from the Fusion 360 crew has us pulling our sock over our knee-caps and throwing our hats in the air.
It’s been several days since Autodesk announced big changes to their Fusion 360 Personal licensing program. What reactions have occurred?
The discussion about subdivision modeling has opened up significantly since the start of this series.
Autodesk abruptly announced some significant changes in the functionality of the free version of Fusion 360, their flagship 3D design tool.
At long last Autodesk has resolved a long-standing issue with Fusion 360: the ability to easily emboss a curved surface.
Charles Goulding and Ryan Donley examine the makeup of several leading companies in 3D printing when it comes to their R&D expenditures.
Netfabb’s latest release helps with the thankless 3D print tasks of adding and removing supports.
We’ve learned Autodesk has an excellent promotion this month for their very popular Fusion 360 suite.
Autodesk is offering use of their powerful CAD tool, Fusion 360, at no charge for a limited time to help emergency COVID-19 efforts.
Autodesk surprised everyone by suddenly adding a way to slice 3D print jobs directly within their popular Fusion 360. But is it something you will use?
Autodesk has revealed that Fusion 360 now includes ECAD functionality.
If you’re a user of Fusion 360, your subscription now includes access to Autodesk EAGLE, the electronic design automation software to aid schematic layout or determine PCB routing and component placement.
This week’s question is from reader Rinaldi Gotama, who asks about 3D scanning.
Did you know Autodesk offers a free STL model repair service through an online web page? We show the details on how to use it.
This week’s selection is “Fusion 360 For Makers” by Lydia Sloane Cline.
Autodesk provides a self-assessment tool for the construction industry; should they also provide one for 3D printing?
It wasn’t too long ago when the concept of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and the capabilities of generative design seemed like some far off sci-fi future.
Autodesk is expanding its Fusion 360 repertoire by adding extensions.
It will no longer be as easy to obtain a free license of Autodesk Fusion 360 CAD software with new requirements for qualification.
If you ever wanted to create threaded fasteners for screws, nuts, bolts and the like on the fly using good old Fusion 360, Autodesk has a simple method to easily implement them.
XACT Metal’s low-cost, accessible 3D printer has become popular in a very specific market. We spoke to CEO Juan Mario Gomez to find out which one.
Non-planar 3D printing is a massive improvement, but it seems that it could be patented by a company, possibly leaving it difficult for the open source community.
Using Autodesk Fusion 360 for manufacturing? Autodesk has introduced extensions to the popular 3D CAD software to enhance manufacturing and additive operations.
Charles Goulding & Ryan Donley of R&D Tax Savers discuss 3D printing R&D.
Autodesk’s stock dropped 10% after their first quarter results were made public.
Another fiscal year, another chart showcasing a company’s earnings.
A report on Fast Company illustrates that there’s more than one way to do generative design.
Autodesk has announced Inventor 2020, which will be available for users to download over the next few weeks.
A case study from Autodesk and Granta highlights the technologies put to use in crafting a personalized skull implant.
This week’s question probes the software required for schools using 3D printing.
Farsoon Technologies announced an interesting partnership with two related companies.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at 3D printing as related to Autodesk’s acquisitions in construction software.
Autodesk Fusion 360 is bringing in the new year with a User Interface (UI) facelift!
In the latest Autodesk 360 Fusion update there are a couple of new features specifically addressing the needs of 3D printing.
3D software giant Autodesk made an acquisition of a construction-related company.
A new industry-facing consortium is focused on a collaborative approach to invent the future of additive manufacturing.
This week’s selection is “Fusion 360 for Makers: Design Your Own Digital Models for 3D Printing and CNC Fabrication” by Lydia Sloan Cline.
Fusion 360 has been garnering a lot of buzz recently for its ability to combine a number of design tools into one holistic platform.
Well, this is interesting: Autodesk is experimenting with 3D printed construction.
Authentise and Autodesk announced a partnership that should speed 3D printing workflows.
What happens when a business leader with the core of a true maker and engineer gets his hands on the resources to build whatever he wants?
Kickstarter announced a new set of tests for 3D printers that appear on their site.
Autodesk is making very significant changes to their Fusion 360 product offerings.
I took a look at Autodesk’s latest Netfabb offering and reflected on how it’s changed over the years.
The swiss-army knife of 3D printing has been upgraded.
You might not have noticed that Meshmixer has been updated and there’s a very interesting new feature.
One of the best cloud services for photogrammetry just changed itself around.
We LOVE collecting things–Odd design tools, pencil shavings, quesadilla drippings, and software, especially software.
Three weeks ago Autodesk posted a preview of Fusion 360 in the Browser.
One of the great benefits of cloud-based software is that it is usually updated frequently. That’s what happened with Fusion 360 last week.
If you haven’t used Meshmixer, you should.
Autodesk made what could be a milestone announcement this week, as generative features are coming to Netfabb, “later this year”.
Autodesk and Sinterit announced Netfabb support for the startup company’s inexpensive SLS 3D printer, opening a window for increased access to the powerful 3D printing process.
Budget-Conscious makers have been challenged to develop threaded holes and bolts for their designs, but that problem seems to be going away.
Why has Autodesk abruptly ceased manufacturing their open source resin 3D printer, the Ember?
Fusion 360 is Autodesk’s flagship product for 3D CAD in the market. But where is it going? Let’s find out.
I’ve noticed a reason why Autodesk’s free Meshmixer tool might still be supported.
With the demise of many of Autodesk’s free 3D offerings, it seems they have been following an ingenious strategy all along.
3D software giant Autodesk, whose products are used by many Fabbaloo readers, has announced significant price increases for their non-subscription products.
I know, I know. I sealed off simulation with the 5 reasons I would use Simulation in Fusion 360 months ago.
This is right out of the blue. As of today, Carl Bass is no longer CEO of Autodesk.
Titan Robotics has constructed one of the most unusual 3D printers I’ve yet seen.
For several years Autodesk has supported the 3D modeling and 3D printing community through their highly useful 123D suite. Now, that may change.
Designing a musical instrument just got a lot simpler thanks to an experiment by Autodesk.
If you want to find out what Autodesk is up too, Autodesk University is the place to be each year.
While plenty of exciting developments are happening in the product design space, few are as revolutionary as advancements in generative design.
Autodesk has introduced something called “VariSlice” for their Ember desktop 3D printers.
After our story regarding Netfabb’s new release last week, an anonymous reader pointed out that Netfabb’s “Basic” version appears to be missing.
Autodesk released Autodesk Netfabb 2017, which includes numerous improvements.
When it comes to equipping tomorrow’s designers and engineers with the tools they need to create compelling projects today, few companies have been as generous in offering access to software, tools and even fabrication facilities as Autodesk has.
It’s that time of year for many students about to enter another year of learning, hopefully many in 3D. Fortunately, there are many ways to access free 3D software.
You know when you cried into that bucket of bolts because you couldn’t find the matching hardware? Those were sad, rough times.
I’ve finally had a chance to check out Autodesk’s tablet-based Sculpt+ 3D creation app.