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  • Willerby Holiday Homes

    Willerby is synonymous with innovative design, stylish interiors, and above all, exceptional quality standards. They share why they chose Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle (formerly known as PLM 360), their experience with implementation, and how it has changed their business.

  • Briggs Automotive Company

    Briggs Automotive Company recently decided to adopt a number of new tools from Autodesk to equip themselves with the resources they need to assist them during the design and development stages and remain at the forefront of their industry.

  • Penny Hydraulics

    Realising that the traditional approach to designing and manufacturing their products was no longer working for them, Chesterfield based manufacturer Penny Hydraulics decided to explore new design tools to enhance its design and manufacturing processes, which led to a boost in financial performance.

  • Automata

    Traditionally, robotic arms have been seen by manufacturers as a significant investment but the space is now being disrupted thanks to start-up Automata and its launch of a lightweight, affordable, easy-to-use robotic arm named Eva.

  • Formaplex

    Steady growth and rising customer demand led to Hampshire based Formaplex requiring quicker and more advanced manufacturing processes to meet time critical deadlines, maintain quality and improve efficiency.

  • P3 Medical

    Driven by the need to modernize its new product introduction and engineering change processes to pass future ISO audits, P3 Medical, a designer and manufacturer of medical devices for the global healthcare market, discovered Autodesk’s Fusion Lifecycle could provide the company with the process control and visibility it desperately needed.

  • Advanced Oncotherapy

    Advanced Oncotherapy has one focus: to defeat cancer and save lives. To achieve this, they are focused on developing technologies that will maximise the destructive effect on cancerous tumours, while minimising the damage to healthy tissues. They are currently leading the new wave of proton therapy treatment by developing a smaller and significantly less expensive system than exists today. As Advanced Oncotherapy is working to bring this new technology to market, they are using Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle as their single source of truth for evidence of business processes and reporting.

  • Filament PD

    Filament PD are a product development agency based in Glasgow. They help companies of all sizes, from inventors, start-ups and all the way up to large corporations, develop new, innovative hardware products. As their company has grown they have transitioned to using Fusion 360, as the software closely mirrors their joined up approach to product development, enabling them to conceive, design, and manufacture new products all in one place. The cloud platform has also helped them collaborate much more closely with their clients, bringing them into the design process and creating even better end products as a result.

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