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Hyundai Motor Group’s New Horizons Studio is pushing the boundaries of vehicle design with walking car concept.
Using Generative Design with 3 and 5-axis milling, Briggs Automotive Company created new wheels that are 35% lighter.
MJK Performance, a Canadian motorcycle parts manufacturer, uses generative design to optimize triple clamps for 2.5 axis milling.
Using generative design technology, Edera Safety has created a revolutionary new back protection system for athletes.
Autodesk collaborates with Volkswagen Group on generative design in electric showcase vehicle.
The engineers at Claudius Peters used generative design to reinvent its clinker cooler, reducing materials by 25%.
General Motors achieves 40% weight reduction on new seat belt bracket with generative design and additive manufacturing.
Generative design and additive manufacturing helped Lightning Motorcycles to design lighter and faster motorcycles.
NASA's JPL used generative design technology to design a new concept lander with 35% less mass and improved performance.
Generative design could help engineers to save time developing advanced cooling systems for melted materials
Using generative design technology, Honda's engineers were able to reduce the weight of a crankshaft by about 50%.
The A.I. chair is the fruit of collaboration between a.i. driven generative design and Philippe Starck.
Generative design technology expands your ability to deliver innovative design and engineering solutions. Based on parameters such as performance or spatial requirements, materials, manufacturing methods, and cost constraints generative design software simultaneously creates multiple CAD-ready alternatives.
By targeting the right problems, companies can apply generative design in a number of different ways to yield value-added benefits.
Generative design optimizes traditional casting methods, helps to uncover novel design possibilities, and boosts productivity across the factory floor.
Generative design holds the potential to accelerate sustainability gains in the manufacturing industry in the future.
Examine how generative design can be used to help engineers identify and optimize traditional manufacturing methods like CNC machining
Explore how cost-conscious generative design can now help engineers keep within budgetary constraints while producing innovative designs.
Autodesk generative design is making the convergence of design and manufacturing a reality by implementing concurrent engineering as a technology-enhanced, automated process.
Manufacturers of all sizes have been using generative design increasingly for everything from heavy machinery to safety harnesses.
As a manufacturer, you’re certainly familiar with the concept of generative design by now—but there’s still some confusion over its real definition.
Autodesk Senior VP Scott Reese sees generative design as the most exciting development the manufacturing industry has seen in the past 20-plus years.
Whether you’re designing automotive parts to create lighter cars or creating office-space layouts that help foster employee interaction, Autodesk's generative design technology is the ideal cocreation partner.
Why generative design is a good fit for today’s most pressing engineering challenges.
Generative design, an ai driven design-exploration process lets humans and machines create together.
Generative design opens the door to design options that might never have been imagined by engineers on their own.
Generative design leverages artificial intelligence and cloud computing to enable engineers and designers to simultaneously generate and explore multiple CAD-ready solutions. Based on real-world manufacturing constraints and product performance requirements generative design technology explores all possible permutations of a design solution.