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FusionNews for the week of 11/9: A weekly roundup of community news

FusionNews highlights the key things happening in the Fusion 360 Community. New posts every Friday.


From the Fusion 360 Team


360 Live: Sculpting Generative Results – Learn how to modify generative design results with the new t-splines output.


This Brazilian Startup Designed Their Electric Car with Nothing But Autodesk Software – Learn more about “Li”, 100% electric vehicle that is 100% design with Fusion 360.


The Digital Factory Podcast #15: Stephen Hooper on the Integration of Design and Manufacturing – Steve Hooper, VP and GM of Fusion 360 discusses how developments in CAD software are driving major changes in the practices, roles, and capabilities of product development.



Online – On-Demand Webinars – Can’t seem to make our live webinars? No problem! We’ve got you covered with recorded sessions including sketching, rendering, assemblies, CAM, generative design and more.


Online – Autodesk University 2018 – Can’t make it to AU 2018? Bookmark this link and join some of our live sessions next week.


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:


  • Dynamic spindle-speed and feed-rate for ball end milling 3D finishing – It would be awesome if Fusion 360 had a way to dynamically change the spindle-speed and feed-rate based on this angle of engagement.
  • Option for fixed environment, rotate part – I’m making this request mostly to help viewing in the CAM workspace while simulating but it would also be useful in the render workspace. Let’s face it in real life if you want to look at the bottom of part you’re more likely to turn the part over rather than stand on your head or turn the whole world upside down!
  • Shortcuts/ hotkeys for standard views – I would be good to have keyboard shortcuts to change between standard views (top, left, right, etc.). I believe this would be way more convenient than having to click or drag on the view cube.


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