The Autodesk Product Design & Manufacturing Collection is an integrated set of professional-grade CAD, CAM and CAE applications that connects everyone, from concept to production, with a shared set of tools to streamline your product development process.
Autodesk offers a solution that spans across design and manufacturing. It includes the tools you need to design, simulate, analyze dimension tolerances, nesting, CAM, and factory layout. All the data is stored and managed in a secure project. This collection is available as a single affordable subscription called the Product Design and Manufacturing Collection.
With the collection, you get these top products + 6 collection-exclusive applications for advanced simulation, tolerance stackup analysis, CAM, and more.
Quickly create product models, conceptualise production line layouts, and generate high-fidelity imagery and animation directly from 3D models.
Connect 2D and 3D design tasks, control intellectual property in a single location, bring 2D and 3D data from multiple disciplines, Prepare BIM objects of your product models for delivery to your clients, and aggregate design data from multiple sources to perform reviews of large scale designs.
Generative design technology is available to any user of the collection, push the boundaries for better products, evaluate factory projects before you build and evaluate the cost of dimensional variation.
Quickly generate multiple solutions with the Product Design and Manufacturing Collection.
Merge the gap between mechanical and electrical design with the Production Design and Manufacturing Collection.
Supplement 2D design with the Product Design and Manufacturing Collection and create 3D factory layouts.
By using Autodesk software, Frumecar was able to move from 2D design with AutoCAD to 3D using Inventor, which was a spectacular qualitative leap that made it possible to start manufacturing virtually with Fusion 360.
Bolt Engineering was able to further improve project efficiencies and lead times with the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection finding that Fusion 360 completely reshaped the workflow capabilities of its engineers.
From drafting board to computer-aided design, engineers have always sought ways to make things better. Today, they have more tools–and opportunities–to do so than ever. Product design possibilities aren’t only in what can be done, but in how to do it.