Experience the converging of design and manufacturing at the Autodesk booth at EMO and discover how Autodesk manufacturing solutions can help your business to innovate. Curious? See the video in advance.
EMO - the world of metalworking - is a great place to learn how integrating new Smart Manufacturing technologies can optimize your design-to-manufacturing process and help you create highly differentiated, cost-effective and competitive products that meet today’s market needs.
Visit Autodesk at Hall 9, Stand D24 to learn about converging of design and manufacturing and how Autodesk manufacturing solutions can help your business move forward, allowing you to make more products with better performance and less waste.
Experience Smart Manufacturing software solutions for machining, molding, and 3D printing, as well as simulation technology for virtual validation, including PowerMill, FeatureCAM, PowerInspect, PowerShape, Netfabb, Moldflow, and Fusion 360.
Visit Autodesk at EMO:
Hall 9, Stand D24 September 16-21, 2019 Hanover, Germany
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Autodesk and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory have teamed up to explore new approaches to design and manufacturing processes for space exploration, applying generative-design technology. The resulting concept lander pushes the limits of design. Visit Autodesk at EMO to see the lander in reality.
Industry 4.0 out-of-the-box: Driving Rapid Value and Innovation
When: Thursday, September 19, 12:00pm Where: Autodesk Booth, Hall 9, Stand D24
In this panel presented by IIoT World, leaders from MachineMetrics, AWS, and Autodesk will explore common approaches for enabling Industrial IoT initiatives, their pros and cons, and their culpability for the high failure rate, as well as then introducing a new approach to enable industry 4.0 success through “out-of-the-box” applications that are already driving rapid, continuous value for manufacturers.
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing is turning traditional manufacturing economics upside down and has moved beyond cost-effective prototyping to supplement traditional manufacturing techniques.
This large mold and die shop invested in Autodesk manufacturing software to replace 5 different CAM systems, to allow part quality, and reduce turnaround times by 50%. In this video, Paragon's CEO, David Miur, discusses the company's future to make anything better and bigger.
General Motors disrupts the automotive industry using generative design and additive manufacturing to design a functional, lightweight seat bracket. If additive manufacturing was a door to the automotive future, generative design would be the key to unlock it.
In nearly every sector of industrial manufacturing, polishing techniques are used. But often manual polishing is the only option because the tasks are too complex to be automated. SYMPLEXITY is a 4-year project aimed at improving how humans and robots collaborate, specifically in the area of industrial polishing.