FusionNews highlights the key things that happened over the past week in the Fusion 360 Community. New posts every Friday.
From the Fusion 360 Team
Another update has arrived, bringing you improvements in rendering and collaboration workflows, as well as fixes in other areas of Fusion 360.
Use the new “View Toolpath” function in Fusion 360 to quickly get important data in regards to a specific toolpath.
Jim Byrne, Technical Specialist, shows you how to use the frequency analysis tool in Fusion 360 to reduce the warranty issues on a reciprocating saw.
Fusion 360 Evangelist Taylor Stein demonstrates the many ways to solve a simple problem.
Check out how Laimer has designed and 3D printed this beautiful tourbillon-based timepiece.
We’ve been working with our friends at Instructables to create an area where over 180 great DIY projects created with Fusion 360 can be found. Share yours today!
Are you a SolidWorks user interested in learning more about Fusion 360? Join us for one of these live sessions at a location near you. Register here.
Join us on April 19th at 7 PM to more about sculpting functionality within Fusion 360 and what makes Fusion both an accurate and precise tool appropriate for many workflows. Register here.
New to Fusion 360? Quickly close the knowledge gap while you start out with Fusion in this interactive session on April 19th at 11 AM EDT. Register here.
Join us on April 21st at 6 PM to learn the fundamentals of Fusion 360 with this live two hour hands-on session. Register here.
Come hang out with the Fusion 360 and Wikispeed teams to get some great insights into how the next generation of making things is done on April 21st at 7 PM. 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 from this week.
Ability to draft from an edge as pivot (even curved ones).
It would be useful to format the sketch text settings more like how “text boxes” are formatted in things like Adobe and Microsoft Products.
I propose to simplify: when you select “new component”, add below the “component name”, where you can immediately write his name.
Thanks to everyone for their suggestions!
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.