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Using Fusion 360 and Formlabs to Produce Beautiful End-Use Parts

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Formlabs and Autodesk have teamed up again to integrate the Fuse 1 SLS printer into Fusion 360’s suite of 3D printing CAD tools. By combining powerful CAD with professional SLS technology, we aim to empower product designers and business owners with an accessible approach to manufacturing. In this session, Peter Deppe of KUHMUTE discusses how he leverages these tools to reduce costs, iterate quickly, and manufacture bespoke solutions for customers.

KUHMUTE was founded in 2018 with the goal of providing an organized charging ecosystem for a growing fleet of e-scooters in their home city of Flint, MI. With the help of the Fuse 1 and Fusion 360’s arsenal of innovative additive manufacturing features, their team is now able to manufacture custom docking hardware on-demand for a wide range of vehicles. Their newest system is compatible with e-scooters, wheelchairs, e-bikes, and even delivery robots, addressing the diverse accessibility needs of commuters and businesses across the US.

This is a recording of a webinar from March, 2022.

What you will learn:

  • How KUHMUTE uses complimentary CAD and 3D printing tools to enhance their workflow
  • How in-house SLS 3D printing enables rapid end-use production
  • Which Fusion 360 features have allowed KUHMUTE to step up their mechanical and electrical assemblies

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Webinar Speakers


Peter Deppe

CEO and Co-founder of KUHMUTE

Peter is a recent Kettering University graduate who founded KUHMUTE, together with fellow KU grad Scott Spitler, in 2018 during the early rise of Micromobility. This was mostly due to the new form of dockless escooters that roamed the world, and caused havoc for cities. Together, Peter and Scott, understood there should be an EV charging network experience, but agnostic to any form factor of Micromobility -- for both shared and owned. KUHMUTE is a world-class locking & charging manufacturer that supports mobility services all over North America, fulfilling the need as the only Universal Charging Network for anything smaller than a car.