Tag: Fusion 360


  • Bogi Lateiner standing in front of the Iron Maven car at SEMA

    Wrenching for Empowerment: The All-Female Girl Gang Garage Builds Cars, Confidence, and Community

    At a busy autoshop in Phoenix, Arizona, feverish work on a vintage car re-build presses on ahead of a deadline for a large automotive convention. Engine work, welding, grinding, painting, and polishing are all part of this large collaborative effort that has taken many months to transform a more than 60-year-old husk into a modern […]


  • 3D print of a student-made air-quality sensor enclosure designed in Fusion 360.

    CU Boulder Impacts Global Engineering with Design Skills

    At the Mortenson Center in Global Engineering (MCGE) at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder), a dedicated group of faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students are working to make a difference in the detection and measurement of environmental contaminants—in part through design and manufacturing skills. Through the Center’s Global Engineering Certificate Program, students learn interdisciplinary […]


  • Instructor at front of classroom in front of Fusion 360 students at the Nihon Kogakuin College of Hachioji in Tokyo, Japan.

    Thriving in the Academic Year with Autodesk’s Educator Resources

    With the academic year well underway, there are some universal concerns for educators, whether you’re teaching a term, a semester, or a session at a university, community college, high school or secondary school: Making sure that lessons are planned and organized, checking that all classroom technology and software is installed and working, keeping your learning […]


  • PhD Candidate Creates Patient-Specific Knee Surgery Plates with Generative Design

    For several decades, people diagnosed with osteoarthritis in a knee would be offered a total knee replacement surgery. Today however, some patients have the option of knee realignment through a High Tibial Osteotomy (HTO), which preserves the native joint by offloading the diseased part and stabilizing it with a titanium fixation plate. Currently, most commercial […]


  • Close-up of a college student working on his laptop on campus with other students in the background

    Easing Remote Learning and Empowering Students for Industry 4.0 Careers

    When Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) in southeast Florida pivoted to remote learning in 2020, the district handed out more than 100,000 laptops to help students continue their education online. The laptops were enough for students to join virtual classes, but they presented an extra challenge for the Career, Technical, Adult, and Community Education (CTACE) department.  CTACE’s key […]


  • CNC lab at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California. Students and teachers are working with Fusion 360.

    For Industry 4.0 to Succeed, Manufacturing Education Must Transform

    As we move through the early stages of Industry 4.0, a new industrial era categorized by digital transformation, technological advances are ushering in new opportunities for greater productivity, higher profitability, and more sustainable products and services. While these new advances unlock exciting opportunities, we’re also hearing great concern from our Design and Manufacturing customers about […]


  • Tinkercad

    Tinkercad Grows Community to 50+ Million Members

    Autodesk pioneered the first cloud-based CAD software in 2011 with the launch of Tinkercad—a powerful, free, web-based tool supporting the foundational skills of innovation: 3D design, electronics, and coding.   Tinkercad turned 10 last year—marking a decade of bringing design and make skills to the innovators of tomorrow. Since its introduction, Tinkercad has helped educators prepare […]


  • Students and teacher at Diablo Valley College

    Back-to-School, Forward in Learning: Kickstart the school year with Fusion 360 CAD and CAM Educator Resource Centers

    As the summer draws to a close and back-to-school season beckons, we at Autodesk have been thinking about the rollercoaster that the academic community—educators, students, parents—has ridden over the last few years and wondering: How do we return to normalcy, and most importantly, return to engaging today’s generation of students? While normalcy is a permanent […]


  • robotic arm rendering

    Upskilling for the Future with Instructables Student Design Challenges

    College student Nachum Twersky and high school student Teddy Warner participated in the New Year, New Skill Student Design Challenge, taking the grand prize and second place wins, respectively. Read on as they share insights into the wonderful world of upskilling by using Instructables as a platform to prepare for their future careers. Twersky is […]


  • Human-Centered Craft & Manufacturing at the Glasgow School of Art

    The Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow are globally recognized for undergraduate and graduate programs focused on the art and technique of design engineering—and for pushing the boundaries of experiential education. Since 2015, students in the Master class of Product Design Engineering have participated in a semester-long project to design and make […]