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15 days ago

How this light-weight airplane seat can save airlines $200,000,000 (and dramatically reduce carbon emissions)

By: Bill Danon

At Pier 9, Autodesk’s 27,000-square foot technology center in San Francisco, research scientist Andreas Bastian has been working on a unique problem for the past year. He’s investigating how to bridge the age-old manufacturing practice of metal casting with a much newer technology: 3D printing,

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Autodesk, Taiwan Architecture and Building Center partner to develop smart building sector

To seize the opportunities spurred by government policy in accelerating digitalization and intelligent applications, Autodesk signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Taiwan Architecture and Building Center (TABC) to help the AEC industry in Taiwan develop capabilities in smart buildings and intelligent manufacturing. Together, Autodesk and TABC will embark on a joint effort to promote Fusion 360 and BIM,

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Announcing the AEC Excellence Awards 2017!

The AEC Excellence Awards 2017 is now open for submissions!

We are pleased to announce the categories for this year’s AEC Excellence Awards competition: Building, Infrastructure, Construction and Sustainability. This year’s competition will showcase projects embracing the future of making things for AEC and civil infrastructure through the use of innovative and connected BIM technologies.

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Autodesk Teams Up with Microsoft Azure for Scalable Cloud Rendering

By Marc Hamaker

Autodesk is joining forces with Microsoft Azure to offer customers a new scalable cloud rendering solution with the Azure Batch Rendering Platform. Built on the proven Azure Batch platform, this new rendering solution will allow Autodesk users to submit their jobs for on-demand rendering on Azure Batch directly through Autodesk Maya;

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Sicilian Boat Builder Livrea Harnesses Robotic Additive Manufacturing to Build World’s First 3D Printed Yacht

By Massimiliano Moruzzi

Livrea, an Italian based start-up founded by two Sicilian boat builders, has made a major step on its quest to build the world’s first 3D printed racing yacht with the manufacturing of its largest single component to date, which will be shown this week at RAPID at the SABIC booth #2537.

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