Category: What’s New

  • Preview: July Update

    As we get closer to our next product update, we want to let you know about two very exciting new features that will be included with Fusion 360: 2D drawings for Windows OS and CAM for Mac OS. Yes, it's true! Click through to get a sneek peek at how you'll be able to use them. 

  • Update 2.0.1149 available for MacOS 10.7.5 crash and MacOS graphics

    We have deployed updates to address two critical issues: Crash on launch when running Fusion 360 on MacOS X 10.7.5 Visual issues on MacOS in the graphics area with graphics system unter heavy load 1) After installing last week’s Fusion release, some customers running Fusion 360 on MacOS X 10.7.5 were encountering a crash on launch. …

  • May 2014 Update is Available

     Big news: we've pushed out our new product update early this morning. This was an exciting one, and one of many more to come. It was not an easy feat, and the whole team has been working tirelessly around the clock to make this finally become available to you. Click through to get the inside…

  • January 2014 Update Is Available

    Over this last year you have challenged us to improve how designing happens. Since the start, Fusion 360 has, and continues to be, a movement driven by our user base. We have listened to you and we have worked quickly. Today, we are delighted to welcome you to the new updated version!  So come join us…

  • A new version of Fusion 360 is now in beta

    What to try a new version of Fusion 360? Click through to learn more about the beta and how you can participate! 

  • October 24, 2013 Update Available

     We pushed out a small update today (1.8.679) that includes overall infrasctructural improvements as well as a couple bug fixes. The most noticeable one is the versioning fix, where now, version of your design will no longer be saved automatically at every hour if you leave Fusion 360 open for an extended period of time. 

  • October 2013 Product Update Is Available

    October 2013 Product Update Is Available

  • What’s happening next with Fusion 360

    An update on our next release and peek into how we are balancing the work to polish Fusion 360 with laying big pieces of the foundation for future capabilities.

  • It’s here! Fusion 360 is now in GrabCAD Workbench

    It's here! Fusion 360 is now in GrabCAD Workbench.

  • The Next Generation of Design and Engineering Software Has Arrived

    Autodesk today delivered the world’s first cloud-based software created specifically for people looking to fuse stunning aesthetic design with great product engineering. Autodesk Fusion 360 brings together capabilities typically found in separate mechanical, industrial, and conceptual design tools into one, easy to use cloud-based service.