IMTS Conference: Accessible Hybrid Manufacturing with Autodesk Fusion 360 and Phillips Corp

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Originally Aired - Thursday, September 15 2:15 PM - 3:10 PM Central

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Location: McCormick Place, West Building - W192-A


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Title: IMTS Conference: Accessible Hybrid Manufacturing with Autodesk Fusion 360 and Phillips Corp

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Hybrid manufacturing describes the combined use of additive and subtractive manufacturing processes to produce end use components. This emerging technology has the potential to displace conventional manufacturing approaches, enabling advances in product sustainability, performance, and lead time. However, uptake of the technology has been relatively limited due to its high barriers of entry; the inaccessibility of machines and software and the knowledge required to be successful with the technology, to name a few.    However, as the industry rapidly develops, novel solutions to these challenges are prevailing. This talk will showcase a recent collaboration between Autodesk and Phillips Corp. to develop a combination of accessible hardware and software solutions for hybrid manufacturing. Utilizing the Haas machine platform, Directed Energy Deposition technology from Meltio and integrated CAD-CAM with Autodesk Fusion 360, this collaboration demonstrates how hybrid technology is now ready for the machine shop and how you can reap the benefits today. 


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