Autodesk executives Amar Hanspal and Andrew Anagnost will serve as interim co-CEOs.
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GE Additive, Norsk Titanium, and Stratasys are rolling out 3D printing systems tailored for the aerospace industry, as FAA parts approval looms.
Their departures come after the appointment of new CEO Vyomesh Joshi in April.
SAP and UPS launched a website today that they hope will attract other companies into a partner program to test new industrial 3D printing methods.
To make matters worse, the 3D printer maker lowered its earnings and revenue guidance for the fiscal year.
He'll be replaced by board member Ilan Levin on June 30.
The appointment comes as the company tries to rekindle growth in its 3D printing business.
The Israeli tech firm teamed with a medical research facility in Buffalo, New York, to 3D print anatomical models of a patient's entire brain vessel anatomy before she underwent a medical procedure to treat an aneurysm.
Autodesk has come up with an additive manufacturing "toolbox" for the construction industry, with robots and 3D printing systems coming together in a portable shipping container.
Construction IQ is a new set of capabilities within BIM 360 that uses machine learning and AI to analyze quality and safety data of construction projects.