Product Design & Manufacturing Collection

Product Design & Manufacturing Collection

HSM for Advanced Part Programming in an Integrated Workflow
Nastran In-CAD for fully Integrated Simulation

Design and make your products with Inventor, including fully-integrated simulation and 5-axis CAM with Autodesk Nastran In-CAD and HSM. Get the latest versions of AutoCAD and other products in the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection and explore cloud-based product development with Fusion 360. With these new entitlements you are now able to design, make, simulate and visualise products from a single software subscription.

Top 5 Reasons to Invest in or Adopt the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection with Man and Machine

  1. Fully integrated CAD/CAM/CAE Solution
  2. Easy to use interface
  3. Access to CAM & Simulation at no extra cost
  4. Extensive CAM and Post Processor Capability
  5. Industry leading Simulation & CAE skills

HSM for Inventor and Solidworks

With Inventor HSM and HSMWorks, available only as part of the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection (PDMC), you can simplify the machining workflow with integrated 2.5-axis to 5-axis milling, turning, and mill-turn CAM for Inventor and SOLIDWORKS.

New features launched in PDMC include:
Probing: Utilize electronic probes to accurately position and measure parts.
Engraving: Engrave shapes or text into your parts.
Chamfering: Chamfer corners while maintaining collision control with parts.
Wrapping: Perform wrapping for 4-axis parts.

Some of the core features of HSM include adaptive clearing, which reduces roughing time by a factor of 4 or more compared to traditional roughing and increases tool life. It’s multi-threaded application and multicore support also reduces toolpath calculation times, which makes it highly optimised for advanced part programming and consequently very suited to large or complex jobs. Simultaneous 4 and 5-axis features include multi-axis contouring, 3D toolpath tilting and more. Support for live tooling and mill-turning improves productivity with traditional turning, facing, grooving and boring functions. Other features include tool holder avoidance, slope machining and stock and toolpath simulation.

Post Processor Development Service

With the FREE availability of HSM within the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection, customers can have a single software interface to support their integrated CAD/CAM requirements. It is essential that the software is optimised to drive the CNC machines as efficiently as possible. To do this, fine-tuning the post processor is a critical component of the process.

Man and Machine offer a HSM/Fusion Post Processor Development and Adjustment Service, giving you a readily accessible method of requesting posts online. We are unique in being able to offer post-processor development for CNC machine tools on Autodesk products. If you would like to know more about how we can help you then please visit our Integrated CAD/CAM page. If you would like to request a quote regarding the Post Processor service then please visit our Post Processor Development Request page and fill out the information requested.

Product Design & Manufacturing Collection

Man and Machine HSM Webinar

FREE CAM Software for Inventor Users

Easy Steps To Use Inventor HSM – Basic

HSM: Overview of 3D Machining strategies

 Nastran In-CAD

Nastran In-CAD is FEA software contained within the Autodesk Product Design and manufacturing Collection to analyse linear and non-linear stress, dynamics and heat transfer characteristics of structures and mechanical components.

This product is so powerful and useful that we have dedicated an entire page to it and the FREE surgeries that we offer to help you understand why it is considered the cavalry when it comes to FEA.

We also have created a Nastran Simulation ebook to help you get a deeper insight into the possibilities it presents. You can access more information and the ebook by clicking here.

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Product Design & Manufacturing Collection

Updated on 2018-04-17T10:23:56+01:00, by Ellie Read.