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The Ultimate Guide to Autodesk Inventor

Autodesk Inventor is professional level CAD software used for product design and engineering, including 3D mechanical design, simulation, tool creation, and design communication. With Inventor, you can save time and expense when making products. The parametric Inventor 3D digital model…

Generative design’s windfall via AI

Humans are great. But humans aren’t terrifically suited to exploring every conceivable option in a matter of seconds when it comes to problem-solving. We are bound by our knowledge, experiences, energy, and time. AI, on the other hand, is only…

Getting the most out of your Autodesk University 2020 experience

In our last article on the GovDesignHub, we asked AEC and advanced manufacturing experts to weigh in on the upcoming Autodesk University (AU) conference. We asked a pool of eight digital design experts to project which trends and topics will…

Why should government employees attend Autodesk University?

The AEC and manufacturing industries are experiencing incredible changes driven in large part by exciting and revolutionary new technologies. Today, the people that make things – whether they design/create buildings, public infrastructure, or military equipment and products – have a…

AMO 2020 demonstrates the future of manufacturing for the military

Keeping the warfighter supplied with equipment, resources, and even parts for repairing weapons and vehicles are all key to successful missions. If a supply line is compromised, the mission is at risk. Keeping everything our troops need on-the-ready through advanced…

The U.S. Air Force’s inaugural Advanced Manufacturing Olympics provides an ecosystem of partnership

Often inspiration comes from unexpected sources. The U.S. Air Force’s Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO) sought to tap into the inspiration and innovation of public sector partners with its inaugural Advanced Manufacturing Olympics (AMO). The resulting event offered a picture of…

3d Printing Makes Portable Runways Possible for the U.S Air Force

The United States Air Force is partnering with academia and the private sector to explore advanced manufacturing techniques to solve one of their largest challenges in theater – allowing forward operating troops to land aircraft wherever they are needed. Thanks…

Groundbreaking INNOVATION: Additive Manufacturing for Government Agencies

The advanced manufacturing market is expected to grow by $50 billion by 2025. And you can be sure that government and military organizations will be among the groups that are adopting these new manufacturing technologies and driving that growth. Advanced…

Advanced manufacturing and 3D printing keep the USAF flying

Additive manufacturing is proving its place amongst the U.S. Air Force (USAF). When aging aircraft need repairs, it is often becoming difficult to find replacement parts and cost-prohibitive to manufacture parts using traditional fabrication methods. Unfortunately, until recently, these were…

Digital Scanning Gives UH-60L Blackhawks New Lease on Life

Long an icon of the U.S. military, the UH-60 “Blackhawk” helicopter is a workhorse of military aviation, and over its nearly four decades of service, its many variants have been called upon to do everything from transport the President to…