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Making Innovation More Repeatable

Unlock innovation hiding in plain sight with a host of powerful design, simulation and manufacturing tools that work right inside Autodesk Inventor. From design to manufacturing, see every opportunity to innovate, create and improve with Inventor and Product Design & Manufacturing Collection.

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The New EOS M 300-4

Are you ready for digital production? Discover the EOS M 300-4, designed for industrial production of high-quality metal parts at up to 10x higher productivity and up to 50% reduction in cost-per-part.

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New FARO 8-Axis Design Scan Arm 2.5C—Now with Color Scanning

The FARO 8-Axis Design ScanArm 2.5C is the only integrated remote 8-Axis portable 3D visualization and rendering solution that can measure in full color for 3D modeling, reverse engineering and CAD based design applications.

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Owens Corning: Hassle-free 3D Printing Profiles for Industrial Composites

With excellent thermal and mechanical properties and compatible with the Ultimaker S5, XSTRAND materials are ideal for industrial applications. They can help customers manufacture items that suit specific applications, such as tooling, appliances and electronics. Watch the video to learn how Owens Corning and Ultimaker are helping customers solve real-world problems, enabling accurate and reliable printing of prototypes and end-use parts.

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Custom Car Parts Intersect with 3D Printing

Fabrication solutions provider Fine Line Restoration works to breathe new life into automotive classics thanks to the help of LulzBot 3D printers.

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Edge and Cloud Solutions for Engineering and Race Excellence

Discover how HPC cloud cluster with HPE Moonshot offers an edge in race car engineering and analytics. Learn how advanced analytics are employed at the edge (race pit) for real-time advantage and input for next-gen race cars.

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GM Drives Vehicles of the Future with Generative Design

GM and Autodesk engineers apply generative design technology to reconceive a small vehicle component -- the seat bracket where seat belts are fastened. The resulting part is 40% lighter and 20% stronger than the original part.

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