Have you ever felt compelled to dive into something exciting—starting a business, championing a cause—but held back because fill-in-the-blank just didn’t seem practical at the time? You won’t do that again after you check out this AutoCAD® customer success story: 3D-Printed Organs Are a Heartbeat Closer to Reality.
Each AutoCAD® customer success story in this series—hosted on Line//Shape//Space, an Autodesk®-supported website—focuses on the motivated people bringing great projects to life. AutoCAD software is involved, but that’s almost besides the point.
Today’s customer success story about Advanced Solutions’ BioAssemblyBot is the second entry in a mini-series we’re calling “How cool is that?” Last week we introduced Arx Pax, a company that’s developed technology husband-and-wife co-founders Greg and Jill Henderson believe can be used to levitate just about anything.
AutoCAD Customer Success: The Adventure Continues….
This is the sixth in a series of curated AutoCAD customer success stories hosted on Line//Shape//Space. Earlier in the tour, I pointed you to…
- Week 1: AutoCAD Customers Succeed with… Sustainability Projects (three stories)
- Week 2: AutoCAD Customers Succeed with… Humanitarian Projects (three stories)
- Week 3: AutoCAD Customers Succeed with… First-Time Design (two stories)
- Week 4: AutoCAD Customers Succeed with… Public Works (two stories)
- Week 5: AutoCAD Customers Succeed with… Levitation. How Cool Is That?
How cool is that? Next up: AutoCAD customers succeed with… you’ll just have to come back next week to see.