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Autodesk Product Design & Manufacturing Company Profile


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San Rafael, California, 94903
United States of America
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Autodesk Software: Inventor, AutoCAD, Product Design & Manufacturing Collection

Autodesk makes software for people who make things. If you've ever driven a high-performance car, admired a towering skyscraper, used a smartphone, or watched a great film, chances are you've experienced what millions of Autodesk customers are doing with our software. Autodesk gives you the power to make anything. For more information visit autodesk.com or follow @autodesk

Among their products are AutoCAD, Autodesk, Revit, Maya, 3ds Max and Sketchbook.

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Software giant to retire legacy licensing plans based on serial numbers in favor of a named-user strategy.

Autodesk Fusion adds ECAD tools, Siemens develops CAD for VR, JPR publishes CAD report, more

Break old habits while inventing new practices at the same time.

Autodesk and ANSYS affirm partnership, Autodesk offers free generative design tools, React Robotics design in Fusion with Lenovo workstations, more

As the cloud gains traction and the digital business accelerates, CAD and CAE users are hungry for more flexible deployment and payment options.

Autodesk University highlights, update on the Autodesk-ANSYS partnership, Free Generative Design tools for subscribers, more

Certiport and Autodesk expand reach to make it easier for professionals to earn ACP certification.

OpenBOM offers capabilities to manage Parts, Bill of Materials, Vendors and Purchase Orders and streamlining design to purchase process for engineering prototyping teams and small-to-medium sized manufacturing companies.

The collaboration connects Autodesk Fusion 360 design and manufacturing software with ANSYS Mechanical simulation solutions, according to the companies.

Autodesk Inventor slowing down? Don’t blame the software—it’s probably a sign that you need a new workstation.

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