Autodesk Cloud Software and Training Services
We support the following Autodesk cloud software solutions and offer a range of consulting best practice and services. We are authorised Autodesk Partners for all cloud products
Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle
Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle makes the management of processes, projects, and people easy and effective by automating key tasks and delivering the right information to the right people at the right time. Because Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle is on the cloud, everyone on your team has access to the data they need anytime, anywhere.
Bill of Materials and Change ManagementYour Bill of Materials is too important to leave open to errors. Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle helps you manage, visualise, and share up-to-date BOM information across the organisation in real-time. Take control of change management. Get a clear view of the details you need to understand and approve Engineering Change Requests (ECR) and Engineering Change Orders (ECO).
New Product Introduction (NPI)Avoid costly launch delays. Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle provides new product introduction (NPI) tools to help you get your latest product innovations to market on time and on budget.
Quality & Supplier Management
Get a 360 degree view of your quality data. Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle helps to connect your critical processes from NCR's to CAPA to ECO, helping you prevent and respond rapidly to quality issues. Stay connected 24/7 to your global supply chain. Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle offers anytime, anywhere access to the information your extended organisation needs for quoting, procurement, and supplier management.
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Autodesk Fusion 360
Autodesk Fusion 360 is a cloud-based 3D CAD, CAM, and CAE platform for product development. It combines industrial and mechanical design, simulation, collaboration, and machining in a single package. The tools in Fusion 360 enable fast and easy exploration of design ideas with an integrated concept-to-production toolset.
Freeform, Solid, Parametirc and Mesh Modelling.Quickly iterate on design ideas and use sculpting and Modelling tools to explore form and finishes. With Fusion 360, history Modelling consists of a historic timeline. The timeline captures commands used during the design process. You can go back and edit any of those operations without needing to update anything downstream, everything updates automatically. Create smooth and precise surfaces with T-Splines technology or with sketch curves, patches, and extrusions. Obtain the exact amount of curvature you want in your models by editing the form's face, edges, and vertices.
Engineer your design with integrated simulationOnce you have settled on your design you can engineer your design, creating assemblies to validate fit and motion and photorealistic renderings and animations to verify the appearance. Understanding how your design works before fabricating can save you time and resources. Create tests and animate test results to help you determine the weakest areas of your model or areas that are most likely to fail. Share, view, and mark-up study results with your team via A360. Choose from several types of simulation studies: Linear static stress, Modal frequency, Thermal, Thermal stress.
Fabricate your design
The CAM capabilities of Fusion 360 share the same proven CAM kernel as HSMWorks and Inventor HSM, enabling you to quickly generate toolpaths that cut cycle times, reduce machine and tool wear, and produce the highest-quality finished parts. 2D strategies include drilling, contouring, pocketing, facing, and adaptive clearing. Prepare your designs for 3D printing by previewing the mesh structure, making pre-print refinements, and automatically creating optimized support structures. You can also print multiple different designs at once. Fusion 360 is easily used with 3D printing software utilities, including Autodesk Print Studio, powered by Spark, which allows you to prepare and communicate directly with the Autodesk Ember 3D printer. It's also compatible with a variety of 3D printers, including direct integration with printers from Type A Machines, Dremel, MakerBot, and Ultimaker.