There’s still time to register for the webinar, “Accelerating Design Validation with Instant DFM and Pricing Feedback,” set for 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25. Jointly hosted by CAD software maker Autodesk, and Proto Labs, this free webinar shows you how to:
- Reduce design risks with design for manufacturability (DFM) feedback
- Slash weeks or months off your prototyping phase
- Validate your designs early and often with DFM analysis and pricing feedback
- Use a seamless system of CAD software and online quoting
Autodesk’s Fusion 360 CAD software has Proto Labs’ instant online quoting feature with DFM analysis integrated into its application. This session teaches you how these capabilities work together.
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If you didn’t attend Autodesk University this week in Las Vegas, here is one big item you missed. Autodesk announced the launch of Forge, a $100-million investment fund to support the creation of a cloud-based platform that will connect design and manufacturing ecosystems in an effort to help developers bring new ideas to market faster and more often. We at Proto Labs are excited to be one of Forge’s inaugural partners in this effort.
As a result, Autodesk Fusion 360 users now have seamless access to our design for manufacturing analysis and web-based, interactive quoting right from Fusion 360 CAD program. “We are excited to bring this seamless quoting and ordering process to the Fusion 360 users and look forward to continued collaboration with Autodesk on the Forge platform,” said Rob Bodor, Proto Labs’ Vice President and General Manager, Americas.
Meanwhile, in the exhibitors’ area at Autodesk’s annual event, Proto Labs representatives talked with a variety of attendees, including electrical, civil and mechanical engineers and various educators (below).
Read more about the Forge initiative here.