Autodesk Inc.

A leader in professional and personal 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. Customers across the manufacturing, architectural, building, construction, digital art and entertainment industries use Autodesk software, mobile apps and cloud services to design, visualize, simulate and communicate ideas.

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San Rafael, CA 94903 US


As Seen In CompositesWorld

Coal as an avenue to low-cost carbon fibers
An update on efforts to produce pitch-based fibers from low-cost coal.

Composites and Industry 4.0: Where are we?
As the tide of the Fourth Industrial Revolution rolls in, how will composite manufacturers ride the wave?

X-rays for NDT of composites
Nondestructive test (NDT) methods can be employed during the design, manufacture and in-field maintenance of composite components.

JEC World 2016, the full report
CompositesWorld's editors report on the technologies and products that caught our eye at JEC World 2016, in early March.

Siemens and Autodesk agree to reduce incompatibility in their CAD software.

Autodesk and Siemens to increase interoperability of design software
Reduced incompatibility between CAD systems aims to reduce cost of cars, airplanes, golf clubs and more.

Automated filament winding enables competitive composite cylinders
Carefully controlled, robust, volume processes offer fabricators of Class IV LPG/CNG tanks a means to meet increasing demand in Europe and Asia.

Fiber patch preforms help tailor kiteboard performance
Automated means for laying fiber only where needed offers new potential to fine-tune torsional stiffness and flexibility to board and rider styles.

CAM software updated
Autodesk has introduced the newest version of the family of Autodesk HSMWorks products, the company’s fully integrated computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) solutions supporting SolidWorks 2016.

Understanding the influence of fiber orientation on structural analysis of fiber-filled parts
The effect of fiber orientation on material properties is a key way the injection molding process impacts mechanical performance. Doug Kenik and Angie Schrader of the Design, Lifecycle & Simulation product group at Autodesk (Waltham, MA, US) illustrates two ways fiber orientation influences the structural behavior of fiber-filled parts and discuss the need for a bi-directional approach to design and analysis.

SFMOMA façade: Advancing the art of high-rise FRP
The fabrication and installation of 700+ composite panels has a backstory of detailed design and careful quality assurance.

Laser projection: Envisioning more than templates
Advanced systems offer ply-placement verification, aids to faster assembly and manufacturing process and quality control.

Webinar: Software tools for automotive lightweighting
CompositesWorld is presenting a free Autodesk-sponsored webinar on May 28 at 2 pm ET, titled, "Automotive Lightweighting using Advanced Materials."

RocTool, Autodesk collaborate on moldflow simulation
Rapid composites and plastics molding technology specialist RocTool is collaborating with 3D design software firm Autodesk and the company's Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Insight.

At JEC Europe 2015: Magestic Systems
Industry leaders will discuss case histories and solutions to provide the data required to cost-effectively manage design and production environments.  

CFRP camera boom enables safe spill inspection
NONA Composites’ 32m REACH structure meets tight remediation schedule at DoE radioactive waste storage site.

Software Update: Simulation saves
A look inside the increasingly well-equipped virtual toolbox for composite design, analysis, and manufacturing.

Autodesk launches online design simulation, analysis labs
Autodesk Labs launches Project Sundance, a preview of Autodesk Simulation Composites Analysis, and Project Cassidy, a preview of a composite plate bending simulation tool.

Robotic programming
CAD/CAM specialist Delcam, now a part of Autodesk Inc. (San Rafael, Calif.) showed JEC Europe 2014 attendees how to program complex robotic machining operations, using its PowerMILL Robot CAM system.

Autodesk completes acquisition of Delcam
U.K.-based CAM specialist Delcam will operate as a wholly owned, independently operated subsidiary of design software specialist and U.S.-based Autodesk.

Autodesk to acquire CAD specialist Delcam
U.K.-based CAD/CAM software specialist Delcam has accepted an offer by U.S.-based software firm Autodesk to acquire Delcam.

Product Categories of Autodesk Inc.

Auxiliary processing equipment, repair equipment, and supplies
  • Auxiliary processing equipment
    • CAD/CAM/CAE hardware/software