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.
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Generative design is an exploration tool that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to simultaneously generate multiple solutions based on real-world design goals, product performance requirements, and manufacturing constraints. Learn how it can change your company.
By using generative design technology, Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) was able to shed an additional 4.8 kilograms (10.5 lbs) for the latest iteration of the car. While about 40 parts of the car have been 3D-printed, the wheels have been fabricated on a
Hyundai Motor Group is pushing the boundaries of vehicle development and reimagining how vehicles might traverse the world. In a collaboration with product innovation studio Sundberg-Ferar, the team sought to answer the question, “What if cars could walk?”
Generative design allows you to simultaneously generate multiple CAD-ready options based on real-world manufacturing constraints and product performance requirements. Try generative design today and see how manufacturers are developing lighter, stronger, and more innovative products.
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Users can expect improved stability, usability and reliability of CFD simulations and results in the new release.
At Autodesk University 2020 Virtual, Autodesk announces Spacemaker acquisition, previews Autodesk Tandem, highlights flow-based generative design in Fusion 360.
Vendors explore the impact of machine learning for simulation models and processing.
New terms, new printing methods, and new ways to see in 3D suggest a convergence of optimization, AM, and composites