Free Educational Webinar

Design and Manufacture Faster with Formlabs and Autodesk Fusion 360

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In this webinar, dive deep into the brand new Formlabs-specific workflows built into Fusion 360. This integration makes it easier than ever to make downstream design changes with a seamless connection between design and manufacturing.

Get the inside scoop on how you can leverage this workflow in your business. Experts from Autodesk and Formlabs will provide an overview of the integration and then take your questions.

What you will learn:

  • Best practices for designing for additive manufacturing
  • How Fusion 360 and Formlabs have streamlined the design to manufacturing workflow with new features
  • A tour of the design to print integration in action

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Webinar Speakers


Seiko Nishino

APAC Applications Engineer

Seiko Nishino, Applications Engineer at Formlabs, works to introduce 3D printers to workflows and explore new uses of 3D printers. Seiko has worked on CAE specializing in heat transfer simulations in her previous job and her background is in mechanical engineering where she conducted research on 3D printing of medical implants, and since then have been working with 3D printers.


Christopher Gill

Technical Specialist

Christopher Gill, Technical Specialist at Fusion 360, is a seasoned design engineer with 10 years of industry experience solving various engineering problems and developing specialist products. Christopher's background has seen get involved in every stage of product development from initial concept design and prototyping, to detailed design and FEA validation, through to testing and final production. He has seen the exciting growth of additive manufacturing and believes it will become a key capability in the future of making things alongside traditional manufacturing methods.