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What AI and Automation Means for the Future of Mechanical Engineering

The dawn of AI is upon us bringing even greater forms of automation into our lives. The world is concerned about what this new era might bring and all of this chatter brings uncertainty in nearly every field. It’s likely that you don’t feel at the top of your game when it comes to being prepared for AI infiltrating even further into our work.

Trevor English

A Look at 3D Scanning and What it Means for the Future of Modeling

3D scanning currently holds a similar space in the design realm that 3D printing did in its infancy. Many of us as engineers may view it as an interesting tool, but you likely don’t see it drastically affecting your design process. This is a natural response to such a technology,

Trevor English

The Expanding Versatility of the Modern Design Engineer

Let me tell you something you want to hear: The modern design engineer would be a superhero compared to the engineers of past. I’m not just buttering you up to get you to read the rest of this article (although I am), I also want to argue that as your jobs as design engineers have evolved,

Trevor English

Autodesk Inventor 2018.2

Autodesk University 2017 kicks off this week, and to celebrate we’re releasing another update! It’s the third straight November with some new Inventor goodness rolling out. The online help covers details but for some quick highlights on what’s included in Inventor 2018.2, read on.

 AnyCAD for Fusion

Since version 2016,

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