Discover the world of Autodesk 360 services and products
Discover what the Autodesk 360 platform offers
Learn how the Fusion 360 app interacts with the Autodesk 360 platform
Learn how the Autodesk 360 platform supports other design software like Inventor software, SolidWorks software, and Catia software
You're a part of the Autodesk 360 cloud-computing platform and you're asking yourself, 'What else works with the Autodesk 360 platform? What else is available with the Autodesk 360 platform that I am not aware of?' In this class we will give a high-level overview of how the Autodesk 360 services and products collaborate with manufacturing products such as Inventor software, Solidworks software, and Catia software, to name a few. We will demonstrate the integration between the Fusion 360 3D CAD design app and the Autodesk 360 platform, and we'll examine how these products interact to provide a complete solution for the manufacturing world.
This class would be a good class for users that are interested in other products that can be utilized with Autodesk 360
Lisa Darrah is a senior program manager for Autodesk 360 cloud-based products and services, and she has been at Autodesk, Inc., for 15 years. She started at Autodesk as a product support engineer and then moved onto quality assurance and project management. Her knowledge of the various aspects of software lifecycle has helped her as a program manager to include the views from Autodesk customers while defining and driving the Autodesk 360 cloud-based products and services projects.
You've invested so much time in creating fantastic 3D designs—isn't it frustrating that your website is all in 2D? Not any more. Now you can embed striking, interactive, intelligent 3D models into your web page, web application, or desktop application. We'll start with some advanced demos to show you what is possible, and then we'll take you step by step through the simple process of creating your own 3D-enabled website. To get the most out of this class, a basic knowledge of programming and/or web development would be helpful, but it's not essential.