Our expertise can get your Vault data and Fusion 360 Manage processes configured and connected, efficiently and according to your unique business process requirements. We know what it takes to build a successful production system, and can do it for you too, because we’ve done it before.
Fusion 360 Manage software is great at supporting business process workflows and bridging company silos across product changes. You can also use it to pull suppliers into those processes. One of the most common ways is through the RFQs (Request for Quote) process for new parts or part revisions. Using custom workspaces, we will show how to get engineering stakeholders, procurement stakeholders, and outside vendors communicating with PLM (product lifecycle management) as a common medium. We will cover how an engineer can put out a request to the purchasing department, how purchasing can share that part with multiple vendors, and how those vendors can provide quotes for that part in their own private quote workspaces. This creates a less disjointed process and quicker costing analysis.
In the real world, one program just can’t do it all. Sketching, massing models, final design, animation, and rendering of engineering models—this class will discuss the workflow for using multiple Autodesk products in a production environment. Discover the ins and outs of this workflow, starting with a simple model, moving to using Generative Design in Fusion 360 software for a final model, then shifting to 3ds Max software and Arnold to render the final animation. Explore how Fusion 360 Team software can help manage the workflow files, review the Fusion 360-to-3ds Max import process, and see how to render photo quality images. Learn how to use Physical Materials, the Physical Camera, and adjust the scene exposure to get a good rendering. Get ahead of the competition by learning to create realistic animations from your Fusion 360 models.
Autodesk now has Fusion 360 Manage Extension, Upchain, Fusion 360 Manage, and Vault PLM (Fusion 360 Manage connected to Vault). You know PLM could benefit your organization, but don’t know where to start. We have helped many customers navigate the options they have and identify which PLM solution would benefit them the most, we can help you too.