Fusion 360 Roadmap – First half of 2015

Keqing Song
by Keqing Song 6 years ago 5 min read

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Part of our planning is talking with you and others like you every day. We are designers, manufacturers and makers ourselves. As we learn what you like, don’t like and need from Fusion 360 it helps us to be focused on the three pervasive problems we are trying to solve.

 

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

 

 

These help guide us as we work through the idea station and all the other sources of great ideas for Fusion 360.  Here are the details on what is coming in December, January, February March, and April June.

 

January 15th

Complete What’s New here: http://help.autodesk.com/cloudhelp/ENU/Fusion-WhatsNew/files/GUID-8334824C…

 

 

March 14th

Complete What’s New here: http://help.autodesk.com/cloudhelp/ENU/Fusion-WhatsNew/files/GUID-8334824C…

 

 

May 12th

Improved Autodesk 360 IOS ( Now called Fusion 360 ) App supports commenting and viewing of Fusion items (3D and 2D) iTunes link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fusion-360/id991074843?mt=8

 

May 30th 

Changes this May will be only be to the web and server side capabilities.

 

June 20th

Just some of the improvements coming in the June update:

In addition to the capabilities above we have several big projects underway which don’t fit nicely in 6 week cycles so their exact timing is still work in progress. Our goal is to have most if not all as production software or tech preview by mid year.

 

Further out projects:

 

 

This is not complete. With each update we learn more from you and adjust our plans by adding or updating projects. Obviously some of this will change but with the interest in roadmap we knew people would enjoy seeing what’s coming. Let us know what you think.

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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