A High Level Introduction to T-Splines in Dynamo
A High Level Introduction to T-Splines in Dynamo

Lots of questions have come in over the forum, twitter, and other channels about the T-splines functionality that we slipped into the Experimental section in 1.1.  While this is not a comprehensive description of the capabilities, we’d like to give a little more information on what this functionality is about, how you can use it, and where it’s going.

Aug 29, 2016
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AMC Bridge Releases Shaft Component Generator add-in for Autodesk Fusion 360
AMC Bridge Releases Shaft Component Generator add-in for Autodesk Fusion 360

AMC Bridge announces the release of Shaft Component Generator, the new add-in for Autodesk® Fusion 360™ that extends the functionality of Fusion 360 by automating the creation of multi-diameter shafts.

Aug 16, 2016
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Autodesk Envisions New Automotive Workflow, Refines Alias for Future Generations
Autodesk Envisions New Automotive Workflow, Refines Alias for Future Generations

This week, Autodesk published a blog post announcing its strategy to cater to the auto industry with a bundle comprising Autodesk Alias, VRED, and Studio Wall.

Apr 21, 2016
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Autodesk Adds to its Renderers, Buys Solid Angle
Autodesk Adds to its Renderers, Buys Solid Angle

Autodesk just announced that it has acquired Solid Angle, maker of Arnold, a ray-tracing image renderer for high-quality 3D animation and visual effects creation. Arnold was co-developed with Sony Pictures Imageworks and is now their main renderer. Autodesk says Arnold (not an awesome product name, but must have a great backstory) is used by over “500 studios and thousands of independent artists” including on project such as the Academy Award-winning films Ex Machina and The Martian and the Emmy Award-winning Game of Thrones.

Apr 18, 2016
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Autodesk Formit 360 - SketchUp to Revit Converter - Game Changer
Autodesk Formit 360 - SketchUp to Revit Converter - Game Changer

At one point in time, Autodesk was seriously considering purchasing SketchUp from Google. In the end, it was purchased by Trimble. Afterwards, many of the SketchUp development team left to join Autodesk. This team created Autodesk FormIt , a product for creative sketch design.

Apr 14, 2016
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Autodesk Alias SpeedForm

Autodesk® Alias® SpeedForm software is a fast concept modeling solution specifically targeted at the needs of automotive designers and digital sculptors for efficient transformation of 2D sketches and curves into 3D design concepts...

Jan 15, 2016
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