Archives for generative design
Autodesk collaborates with Volkswagen Group on generative design in electric showcase Microbus.
McNeel introduces the availability of Rhino 6 for Mac WIP—includes integrated Grasshopper application.
Autodesk announces finalists for the AEC Excellence Awards 2018.
solidThinking Inspire 2018 accelerates the pace of product innovation through advanced PolyBURBS fit tools, 3d lattice and solid-lattice structures and tools for additive manufacturing.
While not ruling out using proceeds for acquisitions, Altair Engineering—parent company of solidThinking, Inc.—says successful IPO will allow it to pay off debt.
solidThinking Inc. wasn’t really dropping support for macOS in their latest Inspire release, they were merely gearing up for solidThinking Inspire Unlimited their full-featured cloud-based generative design platform.
The world of manufacturing is changing and computer-aided design tools are growing in new directions. MIT’s new Professional Education course promises to give students a front-row seat and taste of the latest trends and technologies making these directions possible.
At AIA Atlanta last week Autodesk announced the all new Autodesk Dynamo Studio, a stand-alone application, plus FormIt 360 Pro for early-stage conceptual modeling with built-in real-time collaboration, whole building energy analysis and solar analysis.
Design engineers generate dramatically lighter concepts with minimal stress using solidThinking Inspire 9.5
ParaCloud GEM for the Mac (and Windows) is the only true “generative design” tool of this sophistication running natively on Apple Mac OS X.
Why does Bentley sponsor the Smartgeometry conference? What does the future of Generative Components look like? We talk about some of that here.
Architosh’s SmartGeometry Conference Coverage is outlined in this article
Architosh to attend SmartGeometry 2011 Conference in Copenhagen
In this In-Depth feature article Architosh talks to solidThinking Inc’s Alex Mazzardo and Andy Bartels about its newest features. In version 8.5, Inspired has added flexible new improvements while the core program has advanced well in the areas of rendering, modeling and interoperability.
In this In-Depth feature article Architosh delves into many of the key details of the new solidThinking Inspire 8.0 computer-aided industrial design (CAID) and styling application. Inspire includes the new “morphogenesis” technology which ships as an additional module to the base product. Alex Mazzardo, co-founder of solidThinking and now VP of Product Strategy and Marketing, discusses this landmark release.