Managing Global Additive Manufacturing Strategies with Fusion 360 and Ultimaker

June 29, 2021 |

Autodesk and Ultimaker have partnered to deliver a connected experience to manage your digital libraries and 3D printers.

Cloud technologies supporting global manufacturing strategies are now more accessible and scalable than ever—meaning that whether you're onboarding new engineers or new machines, global collaboration and sharing best practices is made easy. Additive manufacturing has forever changed how production jigs, fixtures and tooling are designed and deployed. Autodesk will show you how to standardize data and process and share customer successes to demonstrate how to get started.


  • Industry trends driving the new possible
  • Connected workflows across Fusion 360 and the Ultimaker platform
  • Onboarding new engineers is easy and unlocks their individual creativity
  • Scaling global management of machine design and making pipelines with Fusion Teams and Ultimaker Digital Factory

Presenter 1:

Joshua Best

Technical Sales Specialist - Fusion 360

Joshua Best is a qualified mechanical engineer currently working as a technical sales specialist in the U.K. and Ireland with a core focus on Fusion 360, Autodesk's cloud computer-aided design, manufacturing and engineering platform. Josh has prior experience working within applications engineering and technical sales in the additive manufacturing industry in the U.K. Experienced in helping businesses identify the scope for revolutionize traditional manufacturing through computer-aided design and manufacturing, Josh's passion stems from a desire to help form a better world through technology.

Joshua Best

Presenter 2:

Roger Bergs

Product Manager Software at Ultimaker

With a strong background in the field of business-to-business software of which the last 10 years spent in software product management, Roger is responsible for the vision and roadmap strategy of the Ultimaker Software, consisting of Ultimaker Cura, Ultimaker Digital Factory and the Ultimaker Marketplace. Since his start in Ultimaker early in 2019 he has been working towards further combining these into one integral software platform to better serve the needs of the increasing group of professional users, while maintaining dedicated to the open source maker community where this all started.