How to Get Started with Generative Design

Generative design allows you to simultaneously generate multiple CAD-ready options based on real-world manufacturing constraints and product performance requirements.

Generative design allows you to simultaneously generate multiple CAD-ready options based on real-world manufacturing constraints and product performance requirements. Try generative design today and see how manufacturers are developing lighter, stronger, and more innovative products.

Only have a Hour?

Learn the fundamentals by completing a generative design guided sample file already included in Fusion 360.

Self-Paced Tutorials

Access a series of self-paced tutorials with detailed instructions for learning generative design.

Specialization Training

Enroll in a Coursera Specialization generative design course to help you master your skills.

The Power Behind Generative Design

Autodesk has relied on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and NVIDIA to help power generative design in Fusion 360 from its inception. Together they allow Autodesk to deliver a proven, high performance GPU-accelerated cloud infrastructure which provides the most sophisticated compute resources available today. Users can run hundreds of simulations in hours, instead of requiring days or weeks.

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