Autodesk Tech Centers Case Study
Autodesk Technology Centers Help Bring Prototyping In-house
Designers, makers, and engineers are developing new methods for fabrication and are creating things today that weren’t possible 10 or 15 years ago.Companies like Autodesk are unlocking the ability to create previously incalculable designs while the industry is also expanding its view beyond design and manufacturing to workflow optimization; or how to create products more efficiently and effective.
Autodesk established a network of technology centers to provide a unique Industry 4.0 experience for residency teams from various industries. DATRON CNC machines were part of the effort to provide rapid prototyping capabilities.
In addition to a behind-the-scenes look at how Autodesk established their residency program, this eBook features:
- Practical tips on setting up prototyping in-house
- 3 Autodesk Technology Center Resident Profiles
- DATRON Prototyping Customer Profiles
- How the two companies continue to build on the promise of Industry 4.0
The Industry: Software
The Customer: Autodesk
Autodesk is a software company motivated by a mission to help people move from
design to making—seamlessly—across industries.