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3 Nov. 2020
Increase your Machine Shop Revenue with Fusion 360 and Xometry
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In this webinar you will learn how taking on CNC machining work with Xometry powered by Fusion 360 can help to diversify and increase revenue streams. Some of the topics to be covered include: Overview of what Xometry does, what their capabilities are, and the best ways to use Xometry at your machine shop to increase your revenue. How to pull down parts and quickly estimate machining time via Fusion 360 to determine if you want to take the project on. How to efficiently program the part in Fusion 360 so you can get to cutting chips and depositing checks. Class Level: All Skill Levels Welcome

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17 Nov. 2020
Follow the link and Register for AU 2020 On Demand Fusion 360 Classes
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We’ll start by exploring the basics of Generative Design, then look at how understanding the inputs can help us to design not only functional, but fun designs. To make our new artistic design, we need to explore how 3D printers see the designs. Small tweaks can help the 3D printer create better results. We will show examples of artistic designs and the quality of the 3D printed outcomes. - Hide key learnings • Learn the basics of Generative Design • Learn how to manipulate the setup to create artistic designs • Use Netfabb to print your creation on your home 3D printer • Learn tips and tricks to help your design to be more 'printable'

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17 Nov. 2020
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We’ll start by exploring the basics of Generative Design, then look at how understanding the inputs can help us to design not only functional, but fun designs. To make our new artistic design, we need to explore how 3D printers see the designs. Small tweaks can help the 3D printer create better results. We will show examples of artistic designs and the quality of the 3D printed outcomes. - Hide key learnings • Learn the basics of Generative Design • Learn how to manipulate the setup to create artistic designs • Use Netfabb to print your creation on your home 3D printer • Learn tips and tricks to help your design to be more 'printable'

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17 Nov. 2020
Register for Free AU 2020 On Demand Fusion 360 Classes - Starts Nov 17th
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In this instructional demo, we’ll show how Fusion 360 Electronics software can be maximized with Fusion 360 strong modeling tools to produce a distortion-effect pedal end to end. We'll discuss the design of the effect in detail, as well as how having an integrated workflow between electronics and mechanical tooling simplifies and expedites the design process. Throughout the demo, we will be highlighting the specific features in Fusion 360 that enabled us to go from idea to completed prototype.

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17 Nov. 2020
Register for Free AU 2020 On Demand Fusion 360 Classes - Starts Nov 17th
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This session will discuss and demonstrate how design for additive manufacturing (DfAM), generative design, and integrated CAM functionality within Fusion 360 software can help businesses optimally capitalize on additive manufacturing (AM), and where opportunities often exist to apply this strategy. In considering requirements, we will briefly review technical AM hardware on the marketplace and how complimentary software including Fusion 360 and Netfabb software can integrate into AM workflows to enable businesses to break down barriers to digital manufacturing. Providing insights into the functional and collaborative tools and technologies available across CAD and AM, as well as opportunities for 3D printing, we’ll explore some best practices that you could follow as you explore opportunities for applying additive manufacturing strategies.

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18 Nov. 2020
AU 2020 Forge Road Map: Fusion 360 on Forge Data
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Are you working on ways to help automate design and make workflows for you or your customers? Are you trying to share product information between applications such as Fusion Lifecyle software and Fusion 360 software, or those outside the Autodesk ecosystem? Learn about how Forge data is powering a shared product information model to enable your design and make data flow more seamlessly across your workflows, teams, and the applications you use.

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19 Nov. 2020
Generative Design and Additive MFG for work…and play - Register for AU 2020 On Demand Sessions
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We’ll start by exploring the basics of Generative Design, then look at how understanding the inputs can help us to design not only functional, but fun designs. To make our new artistic design, we need to explore how 3D printers see the designs. Small tweaks can help the 3D printer create better results. We will show examples of artistic designs and the quality of the 3D printed outcomes. - Hide key learnings • Learn the basics of Generative Design • Learn how to manipulate the setup to create artistic designs • Use Netfabb to print your creation on your home 3D printer • Learn tips and tricks to help your design to be more 'printable'

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20 Nov. 2020
AU 2020 - The Ultimate Fusion 360 Workstation - On Demand Classes
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A fully optimized computer case was designed, validated, and manufactured capitalizing on Fusion 360 software-based tools and integrated workflows. The enclosure serves to showcase various Fusion 360 technologies like Electronics Cooling Simulation, Generative Design, Generative Fluid Design, Additive Manufacturing extension, and Alias Dynamo integration. Join us and learn how each one of these connected workflows contributes to the overall design and performance of the workstation. Our journey begins with the basic design and layout of the workstation and attempts to address common industry shortfalls. Advanced Fusion 360 technologies enable us to investigate novel designs for the internal case structure and fully flow-optimized ductwork, and then validate them with powerful, accessible simulation tools.

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What is Fusion 360?
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Learn how Fusion 360 can help you improve your product development process.

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User Interface & Data Management
Learn how to navigate the Fusion 360 user interface and how to best...
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Learn how to navigate the Fusion 360 user interface and how to best manage your data

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Sketching & Part Modeling
Get up and running with sketch, modeling & modify commands, constra...
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Get up and running with sketch, modeling & modify commands, constraints, and more.

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Assemblies
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Learn more about components & bodies, joints, motion studies and more.

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CAM - Fundamentals
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Explore the CAM workspace and focus on best practices & fundamental knowledge needed to be successful.

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Getting Started - Generative Design
Autodesk considers Generative Design to be the next step in the evo...
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Autodesk considers Generative Design to be the next step in the evolution of design and engineering. Generative Design allows designers and engineers the ability to rapidly generate 10’s, 100’s, or 1000’s of CAD-ready solutions based on real-world manufacturing constraints that can each achieve significantly higher performance. Generative Design technology is now available in Fusion 360 Ultimate. Join Autodesk Customer Success for an introduction to Generative Design technology within Fusion 360, and gain the resources needed to successfully apply Generative Design

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Rendering Deep Dive
Learn how to make more realistic renders with these tips & tricks.
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Learn how to make more realistic renders with these tips & tricks.

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Generative Design Technology in Fusion 360
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Learn how the generative design technology in Fusion 360 can increase your team’s capacity to innovate.

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Generative Design Capabilities for Machinery Industries
As part of Fusion 360 software, Autodesk Generative Design is the n...
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As part of Fusion 360 software, Autodesk Generative Design is the new design space tool for designers and engineers capitalizing on the power of cloud and artificial intelligence (AI). During this webinar, we are going to discover how to use it for expanding and increasing the innovation on machinery industries effecting products’ performance and production costs. We will use real customer examples. For one of them we will show the complete workflow for redesign a critical component of an automatic pallet stretch wrapping machine. The outcome is 75% lighter and allows to replace 50+ components in the original design, with one.

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Fusion 360 Basics
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If you are completely new to Fusion 360 and/or 3D design, watch this session to learn the basics.

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CAM - 2D Deep Dive
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Explore the CAM workspace focusing on 2D machining operations and best practices!

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CAM - 3D Deep Dive
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Explore the CAM workspace, focusing on 3D machining operations and best practices.

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Introduction to Generative Design
Introduction Generative design leverages artificial intelligence an...
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Introduction Generative design leverages artificial intelligence and cloud computing to enable engineers to simultaneously generate and explore multiple CAD-ready solutions based on real-world manufacturing constraints and product performance requirements.

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Generative Design for Industrial Machinery
Industrial Design Generative design leverages artificial intelligen...
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Industrial Design Generative design leverages artificial intelligence to enable engineers to simultaneously generate and explore multiple CAD-ready solutions. Learn how Industry Machinery companies are exploring a wider range of design options, while optimizing for materials and manufacturing methods.

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