With help from Digital Prototyping and building information modelling (BIM) solutions from Autodesk, manufacturers and fabricators that build items, components, and equipment for buildings are increasing productivity, lowering costs, and winning customers. See how these companies use Autodesk® solutions to:
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Brookhaven National Laboratory uses BIM and Digital Prototyping software from Autodesk to help design and build the National Synchrotron Light Source II.
The Autodesk solution for Digital Prototyping helps Dynamic Structures design and manufacture cutting-edge telescope structures and more.
Franke Kitchen Systems Group
The Franke Kitchen Systems Group uses Autodesk software and Digital Prototyping to make innovative stainless sink designs a reality.
Digital Prototyping helps Australia-based engineering services firm ideas* design and develop one of the world’s most advanced construction recycling facilities.
Mark Richey Woodworking
Mark Richey Woodworking crafts acoustically and visually stunning woodwork for new music hall using Autodesk software and Digital Prototyping.