7/21/2016

Software Solutions for Design, Simulation, Additive Production

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Autodesk’s Netfabb software is designed to take additive manufacturing beyond prototyping and plastics to create production-grade parts at scale.

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Autodesk’s Netfabb software is designed to take additive manufacturing beyond prototyping and plastics to create production-grade parts at scale.

The company provides a suite of modular manufacturing solutions, including CAM, additive manufacturing, composite processing, inspection, factory layout and robotics. The company also features its Within software for generative design optimization. These solutions create a “manufacturing ecosystem” engineered to streamline the design-for-manufacturing workflow in order to improve process efficiency, reduce failure rates and lower product development costs.

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