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Autodesk buys PCB layout design company

Autodesk buys PCB layout design company

CadSoft Eagle is popular with professionals and makers.  The parent company wants out of the software business.   Autodesk has acquired the company behind a popular printed circuit board (PCB) design software product. CadSoft Eagle, based in Germany, has been a subsidiary of UK-based Farnell Electronics Group. Autodesk has not announced the purchase, since the […]

By July 1, 2016 Read More →
FeatureCAM 2016 connects to Autodesk cloud storage

FeatureCAM 2016 connects to Autodesk cloud storage

Update also includes new toolpath strategies and other workflow enhancements. The new update to Autodesk Delcam FeatureCAM for automated CNC programming includes the ability to save to the Autodesk A360 cloud storage service, as well as improvements to various toolpaths and workflows.   The incorporation of Autodesk A360 enables will enable users to collaborate on […]

By June 30, 2016 Read More →
Autodesk launches Forge

Autodesk launches Forge

Autodesk has been busy planning for a future in the cloud. Its new Forge platform introduced at Autodesk University in 2015 and officially launched on June 16 at San Francisco’s Ft. Mason is a major part of Autodesk’s plans.

By June 28, 2016 Read More →
Autodesk, Trimble to cooperate on interoperability

Autodesk, Trimble to cooperate on interoperability

Products yet to be named will be updated to support direct import/export. The top CAD company in AEC design, Autodesk, and the biggest player in construction-specific software, Trimble, have agreed to cooperate on interoperability issues. While both already support a variety of open standards in architecture, engineering, and construction, the new cooperation will optimize data […]

By June 17, 2016 Read More →
Autodesk introduces ReMake for reality capture

Autodesk introduces ReMake for reality capture

ReMake is Autodesk’s newest product in the field of reality capture. It’s designed to put 3D capture technologies in the hands of anyone who wants to use it.

By May 31, 2016 Read More →
Autodesk Q1 revenue down, as expected

Autodesk Q1 revenue down, as expected

Transition to subscriptions is going well, but the short-term revenue hit remains strong. Autodesk (ADSK: NASDAQ) has reported first quarter results for fiscal 2017 that are in line with its long-term forecast for moving revenue from product purchases to subscriptions. During this transition, quarterly revenue is impacted because more revenue is recognized over the course […]

By May 20, 2016 Read More →
Unbundled Flame shines at NAB

Unbundled Flame shines at NAB

Autodesk’s high-end finishing suite still requires a significant hardware investment, but now you can pick or choose your vendors. Autodesk’s Media & Entertainment division has been spending time cleaning house, aligning products, and building around new market strategies. The company unveiled the fruits of their labors at the recent National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 2016 […]

By May 5, 2016 Read More →
Delcam to share new CAM approach to creating bladed disks

Delcam to share new CAM approach to creating bladed disks

“Blisks” produced with PowerMill can be created in half the time at 45% less cost. Computer aided milling software maker Delcam will soon give the first demonstration of a new method for machining “blisks” (bladed disks) which the company says offers substantial savings in both cycle time and cost. The new method, developed by Delcam […]

By March 29, 2016 Read More →
Autodesk plays host to the future of design at REAL conference

Autodesk plays host to the future of design at REAL conference

So much to experience; four days was not enough. By Jon Peddie Autodesk put on its second REAL Conference in San Francisco at Fort Mason, a refurbished old Navy supply and provisioning base on San Francisco Bay. It’s one of the cooler, edgier places in the Bay Area, and a perfect setting. The only problem […]

By March 21, 2016 Read More →
Autodesk invites activist shareholders onto board

Autodesk invites activist shareholders onto board

CEO Carl Bass warned about short-sighted activists with “simplistic views.” Two weeks later they are on the board of directors. By Randall S. Newton Autodesk has announced it is inviting representatives from so-called activist investor groups to join its board of directors. On the face of it, sounds like mild news. But there is more […]

By March 17, 2016 Read More →