CAD technology has the potential to revolutionise the speed and precision of engineering design, yet some believe it poses a threat to the wider industry workforce. Manufacturers’ Monthly reports from Autodesk University on both the possibilities and the implications. Like most disruptive discoveries, the dawn of machine learning is double-edged; from the big dreamers who … Continue reading Machine learning: a manufacturing risk or revolution?
According toAutodesk, Australian manufacturers are cautious in adopting a collection of trends that are redefining how things are made. Brent Balinski spoke to Autodesk’s Rod Hunt about local interest in some of the disruptive technologies highlighted by the company.
This August, 2016, Autodesk University Australia will be back at the Hilton Hotel Sydney. Don’t miss out this opportunity to improve your job skills, learn about the latest technology trends, and make valuable business connections.
Autodesk today unveiled Inventor 2017, one of the most advanced 3D modeling solutions for manufacturing industry professionals.
Autodesk, the leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software, today launched the “Autodesk Entrepreneur Impact Program.”
Autodesk, Inc. has announced Autodesk SeeControl, a comprehensive new platform powering the Internet of Things that allows customers to capture, analyze and use data from remote products.
Though you probably know it best for its industrial CAD/CAM/CAE software, Autodesk has done more and more in the way of maker-oriented products in recent years. Brent Balinski visited the company’s Pier 9 workshop to hear about what it learns from non-enterprise users.
Autodesk and the Fab Foundation has announced Autodesk as a Fab Sponsor, and they are teaming up to make Autodesk’s cloud and mobile software available to Fab Labs and their members.
Companies that design, create, and sell products must change how they manufacture, and the way they connect with customers.
The right level of support for the renewable energy sector is a topic that will be debated well into the future.
Semi-finalists for the fifth Australian Technologies Competition have been announced.
The inaugural Factories of the Future (FotF) event covered themes such as the decoupling of manufacturing from design, the growing influence of the cloud, and what an increasingly connected world might offer.
A relaxed, highly informative networking event is currently open for May 28 with Nissan Motorsport.
Seven leading technology companies have announced a partnership to develop a new 3D printing file format.
Autodesk today announced the release of the new Autodesk 2016 Design Suites.
Carbon3D has received a significant vote of confidence in its potential in the form of a $10 million investment from software giant Autodesk.
The future of making things – including in architecture, manufacturing and multimedia – was up for discussion at the recent AUx event. Brent Balinski spoke to Autodesk’s Pat Williams and Scott Reese about some of the current disruptive forces in play and where they might lead us.
FEA can be used to validate and simulate products such as calculating force required in a hydraulic cylinder.
Cadgroup Australia, a Platinum Autodesk reseller in Australia, has earned the new Process Plant Specialisation designation for value added resellers from Autodesk.