A360 Team Becomes BIM 360 Team and Fusion Team

Important news regarding A360 Team

You’ve been a stellar user of A360 Team over the past year. That’s why we want to be straight with you about some upcoming changes to the product. We have been listening. While many of you want us to evolve the product to better suit the needs of product design and manufacturing, others want us […]


Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Pros and Cons

What is Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)? Integrated Project Delivery, or IPD, is a project delivery method that is distinguished by early collaboration between cross-functional teams, including design, construction, and architecture, to collaboratively harnesses the talents and insights of all participants to optimize project results, increase value to the owner, reduce waste, and maximize efficiency through […]

A360 Release: Centralized Accounts and More

A360 Release: centralized accounts and more

We’ve bundled some of the most requested new features into this jam-packed update: Centralized account management Ability to move folders containing Fusion distributed designs across projects Members dialog displays roles (editor, project admin) Support for OBJ format Centralized account management Instead of managing a separate profile in A360, users will be directed to their Autodesk […]

Design Graph Machine Learning for Manufacturing

Introducing Design Graph: How machine learning will transform 3D engineering

Jet engines, lifelike movie monsters, cancer-fighting nanorobots and bespoke products. We live in a world where the objects all around us are designed by someone, and at the same time we are experiencing the biggest change in how we make things since the industrial revolution. But this change isn’t just about new technology; designers and […]

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Collaborative Design vs. Concurrent Design

Collaborative and concurrent design are related approaches to building and product design, but have very distinct roles in the process. The most prominent difference between the two methods of design delivery is that collaboration entails working together on a project, while concurrent means working on the same design, at the same time, allowing multiple users […]

Fentress and Hennebery Eddy Architects Work as One Team to Improve Passenger Experience at the Portland International Airport

Fentress and Hennebery Eddy Architects Work as One Team to Improve Passenger Experience at the Portland International Airport

The Portland International Airport (PDX) Terminal Balancing project is being delivered as a collaborative design partnership between Fentress Architects, headquartered in Denver, Colorado and Hennebery Eddy Architects based out of Portland, Oregon. Fentress and Hennebery Eddy worked together as one single design team, enabled by A360 Team, to best utilize the strengths of both firms […]