AMC Bridge Releases Shaft Component Generator add-in for Autodesk Fusion 360

AMC Bridge Releases Shaft Component Generator add-in for Autodesk Fusion 360

Waltham, MA - 

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.

The add-in automates the creation of shafts of various level of complexity by configuring shaft sections and additional design elements, such as chamfers, fillets, grooves, etc.

About AMC Bridge
AMC Bridge is a vendor of choice for software development services in the areas of computer aided design, engineering, manufacturing and construction. Since 1999 we have been delivering solutions for CAD, CAE, CAM, PDM, BIM and PLM applications. We have participated in the development of commercial software products and custom solutions for the engineering markets based on the variety of platforms from desktop and web to mobile and clouds.

Aug 16, 2016
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