Ultra Librarian Launches Autodesk Fusion 360-Integrated CAD Library App on Autodesk App Store


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Ultra Librarian, the world's largest CAD library provider, announced the release of the Ultra Librarian app on the Autodesk Fusion 360 app store. Autodesk, a global leader in design and MAKE Technology, collaborated with Ultra Librarian to generate this Fusion 360-compatible app that provides users with free verified schematic symbols, PCB footprints, 3D STEP models, and reference designs from Ultra Librarian directly within the user's software to streamline the design process. Fusion 360 is a cloud-based 3D modeling, CAD, CAM, CAE, and PCB software platform for product design and manufacturing.

The Ultra Librarian app takes the busy work out of designs through access to millions of verified CAD models and native reference designs, all available without ever leaving Fusion 360. “We are thrilled to announce the new Ultra Librarian for Fusion 360 app,” said Frank Frank, product architect for Ultra Librarian. “Due to increased workloads and shortened project deadlines, designers need tools like Ultra Librarian for Fusion 360 to spend more time on innovation and less time on part creation,” he said.

“Autodesk is excited to work with Ultra Librarian to bring its massive content library to our users,” said Matt Berggren, director of Fusion 360 Electronics Design. “For years engineers have struggled with the error-prone, manual creation of library components and, like the Fusion Package Generator, Ultra Librarian has taken a data-driven approach to libraries, automating many of the tasks which would otherwise add risk to user designs. This process has meant the adoption of the Ultra Librarian tools by distributors and manufacturers alike. Our shared goal is to push library authoring below the waterline and make the creation of new parts as painless and error-free as possible. We are excited by what this means for our users and look forward to growing our content offering with Ultra Librarian in ways that make our users more productive,” said Berggren.

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