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Take a tour of Autodesk’s new innovation studio (Video)

BOSTON — At the grand opening of Autodesk’s BUILD space on Wednesday morning, a robotic arm iced a cake and a local architecture firm showed off laser-cut lion heads it could use as exterior building features. The BUILD space — an acronym for building, innovation, learning and design — is Autodesk’s new industrial workshop and innovation studio focused on “the future of making things in the built environment.
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