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INDUSTRY creates the first connected, 3D-printed bicycle
Inventor of in-ear monitor iterates on safer earbud for musicians
Stephen Ambrose and his team at Asius Technologies are pioneering a new kind of earbud using Fusion 360. Their design seals off the ear with a tiny inflatable "second eardrum" that absorbs harmful pressure, giving listeners a richer, louder sound while also protecting their hearing.
Video: 1:55 min.
Backhand Bikes creates specialty BMX bike parts
Danielle Trofe Design innovates sustainable lighting solutions
Danielle Trofe Design incorporates innovative technologies and material sciences into the design process to create beautiful and sustainable lighting. Fusion 360 streamlines the ability to model/export products quickly and visualize prototypes via 3D printing, and allows the design process to scale to grow the business.
Video: 1:16 min.
Modbot aims to make robotics accessible to everyone using modular components that enable inventors to pick and choose the parts they need to create a custom robot.
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VENA Water’s Tim Perry is developing an atmospheric water generator for use in remote areas that don’t have access to power or clean water. VENA uses parametric modeling in Fusion 360 to adjust specs in the entire model quickly and leverages the tool to tie together all the steps in the design process.
Video: 1:06 min.
Keyboardio uses Fusion 360 to design a hackable ergonomic keyboard. Fusion 360 allowed the team to design a comfortable key layout and custom-sculpted keycaps with LED lights under each key switch. Users can customize this open-source and fully programmable keyboard to fit the way they work.
Video: 1:50 min.
WindPax is changing the way we create power with durable, lightweight, and easy-to-use wind turbine using Fusion 360
"We use Fusion 360 to communicate with the manufacturer. … We can render things to look photorealistic and send this off to investors or people interested in buying the product."
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