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From the Fusion 360 Team
October 15, 2018 Product Update – What’s New
A new product update has arrived, and it includes lots of goodies from generative design, to derive, to modeling, sketching, and CAM enhancements. Check it out now!
Autodesk University Puzzle Challenge – Design and make a puzzle, game, or brain teaser using Autodesk software for a chance to win.
Generative Design Experience at Autodesk University
Can’t make the entire conference? Come join us for an immersive generative design experience at Autodesk University 2018. We’ve got a special one-day pass for you!
Online: Getting Started – Generative Design – Join us on 10/25 at 1 PM EDT to learn how generative design can help improve your product development process. Register here.
Online: Direct Modeling – Join us on 10/25 at 1 PM EDT to learn more about direct modeling techniques, fixing imported geometry, the wound and heal method, and more. Register here.
Online: Feature vs. Geometry Based Machining with Fusion 360 – Learn how Fusion 360 can help you win more bids, increase shop floor efficiency, reduce tool wear and more on 10/26 at 11 AM EDT: Register here.
Your Ideas from the Fusion 360 IdeaStation
We take your suggestions very seriously as they help to shape Fusion 360, so please share your ideas and vote for new features / enhancements you would like to see. Here are a few submissions from the week:
- Laser Raster Engraving – With small diode lasers being more and more common today, it would be helpful if there were a way to raster engrave or have a parallel strategy for clearing larger areas than a simple vector line.
- Box Generator (tabbed or finger etc.) – Similar to the tool for making holes and thread a utility for doing boxes would be great where you can input ID and OD Dimensions, thickness of material, etc.
- Display Camera View – Could we please have a blanket default view setting under the preferences tab to prevent this view switching problem.
Have a story to share? We would love to hear more about you and how you’re using Fusion 360! Shoot me an email at Shannon.McGarry@autodesk.com