The New Possible is a podcast that sheds light on the future of making things - from ventilators to sustainable motorcycles - in a relatable and authentic way. Each episode tells an engaging, thought-provoking, and technically relevant story of how a company unlocks their new possibility using Autodesk’s Fusion 360. Follow along as we dive into the who’s, what’s, and how’s behind some of the most exciting innovations.
Beamlink Provides Connectivity Following Natural Disasters
The aftermath of natural disasters is often unpredictable — no matter how much you prepare. For this episode of The New Possible, we chat with Mateo Abascal, CEO of Beamlink, about the current barriers to working Internet and cell networks following natural disasters, and why the Beamlink S1 is a much-needed device globally.
Choose Your Own Adventure With CW&T
Brooklyn-based design studio CW&T is the definition of Jack of all Trades. Pens, box cutters, watches, jump ropes, sketchbooks, lighting — you name it, they’ve put their own playful twist on it. In this episode of The New Possible, we sit down with CW&T founders by Che-Wei Wang and Taylor Levy to learn about their design process, epic workshop setup and why they choose to fund their projects on Kickstarter.
One Click Metal is Democratizing Metal Additive Manufacturing
The metal 3D printing process is expensive, elusive, and did we mention expensive? One Click Metal’s 3D printing system, Bold Series, aims to break down the metal additive manufacturing barriers to entry. For this episode of The New Possible, we spoke with One Click Metal CEO Björn Ullmann to learn more about the democratization of metal additive and what it means for the design and engineering industries at large.
MIT Space Exploration Initiative Designs Everyday Life in Space
In this episode, we chat with Ariel Ekblaw, founder and Director of the MIT Space Exploration Initiative, and Che-Wei Wang, an industrial designer who uses Fusion 360 to bring the team’s visions to life. We learn more about the program and how it differs from other space research organizations.
CAMplete Brought 5-Axis Machining Into the 21st Century
During the time of Internet expansion and AOL instant messenger, Paul Hoskins and his co-founders founded CAMplete, a software line to help bridge the gap between CAD/CAM tool and machine. Each tool in the suite is designed for the specific machines CAMplete users work with, so it goes beyond a one-product-fits-all solution. In this episode, Hoskins tells CAMplete’s whole story - starting with pitching a futuristic idea to machine shops in the '90s and ushering machine simulation into the 21st Century.
Vortic Watch Co.: Not Your Grandpa's Pocket Watch
Colorado-based watchmaker Vortic Watch Co. uses Fusion 360 and Haas machines to convert antique American World War II-era pocket watches into modern wristwatches. Founders R.T. and Tyler chat with us about raising funding for a new type of company, the trials and tribulations of starting a watch business, growing their machine shop and more.
Really cool show. I just listened to the August episode. The discussion about whether your company or products expanding beyond your lifetime was very interesting.
I would highly recommend this podcast.
If you have the time, check out a show I host — The Right Direction Podcast from Compass Precision.