FusionNews for the week of 5/26: A weekly roundup of community + industry news
FusionNews highlights the key things that happened over the past week in the Fusion 360 Community and key news from the industry. New posts every Friday.
Your Ideas from the Fusion IdeaStation:
Idea under review to lock edges and vertices in sculpt mode so that they don’t move while adjusting vertices and edges around them.
New idea to allow the user to hover the mouse over each step, allowing you to see the name of the feature and the name of the model
Share your idea, product requests and vote for features that you want to see implemented on IdeaStation.
From The Fusion Team:
Learn more about how Kevin Schneider collaborated with one of our customers to assist on a bad behaving model.
Check out the live recorded session from May 27, where the product team walked through the new features in the latest product update.
Fusion 360 Live Classroom: The Basics – June 3rd, 1pm PDT
Fusion 360 Live Classroom: Make it with CAM – June 5th, 1pm PDT
Remember the Oregon Manifest Bike Design Project that we talked about back in March? Use Fusion 360, to design the trophy that we’ll 3D print & present to the winning design firm & bike builder. We’re going to print 3 trophies so you get one too. That’s in addition to some rather public recognition for your winning design!
There’s been no better time to get into hardware biz, says hardware biz analyst.
Learn what the future holds for the cloud and how it will impact businesses operations.
Carl Bass: “The Future of How Things are Made” – Solid Con 2014
Carl Bass is CEO of 3D design and engineering software leader Autodesk. He’ll discuss the new ways small companies are changing manufacturing, and how trends in business and technology are influencing this evolution.
Researchers try to develop 3D printing of body parts
Researchers at the University Medical Centre Utrecht are experimenting using stem cells in 3D bio-printing.
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