A preview of where Fusion 360 is headed as we enter 2016

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by Keqing Song 5 years ago 4 min read

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First off, happy holidays and a warm welcome to all the new Fusion 360 community participants.  There are more joining each week than ever before.  With all the new faces, and as we enter the New Year, it’s a great time to check in and review Fusion 360’s direction.

We continue to focus on solving three strategic problems…

 

Explore and iterate on product ideas quickly from concept to production

 

Enable project teams and stakeholders to collaborate effectively in the product development process

 

Reduce the barrier to entry for a new generation of designers and engineers

 

We hope you agree that we’ve made improvements on all of the above and more.  Just in the last weeks and months, significant improvements arrived in our ongoing updates.

 

Many of you are eager for an a look at what will be coming, so now is a great time to update our look ahead on projects we’re working on.  Some of these will be delivered in the coming weeks and months, some will take a little longer, but are well under way. This is not a comprehensive list, just highlights we know many are keen to see and hear more about.

 

Design and Modeling

 

Drawings

A continual focus on drawings to round out the tool necessary to create fabrication drawings this includes but is not limited to :

 

Simulation

 

Visualization

 

Data Management / Collaboration

 

New ECAD Integration

 

CAM

Learning

 

Please remember this only a sampling of interesting projects. There is a lot more going on so don’t assume the worst if you see something missing. As always we will post a What’s New to the Design Differently blog with each update that includes more detail.

 

Roadmaps are plans, not promises. We’re as excited as you to see new functionality make it into the products, but the development, release, and timing of any features or functionality remains at our sole discretion.  These roadmaps should not be used to make purchasing decisions.

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