• Tip Tuesday: 5 tips to prep your Fusion 360 designs to render in KeyShot

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    If you already have KeyShot and Fusion 360, then your rendering jobs just got a whole lot easier and faster. Here are 5 useful tips on how to get beautiful KeyShot renderings from your Fusion 360 designs. 

  • Behind the Designs: Gus Petrikas



    Meet Gus Petrikas. By day, bicycle builder and by night, designer and new company owner.  Gus talks about startups, design mentors, biscuits, music and more in our first edition of Behind The Designs. 



  • Freshman Five: Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions From New Fusion 360 Users


    Just getting started with Fusion 360? Our FAQ will address the common questions by fellow beginners from file management to 3D printing, custom settings and more.

  • Inventing the Future: AMP’D Gear & Monkey Likes Shiny


    AMP’D Gear and Monkey Likes Shiny collaborated quickly and inexpensively to design the next-generation, all-terrain prosthetic leg in Autodesk Fusion 360. 

  • Tip Tuesday: 3 ways to select an area in Fusion 360



    You may have noticed that area selecting a model from top left to bottom right may behave differently than area selecting a model from bottom right to top left; that's because it IS different. Click through to see how to better use the 3 ways of area selection. 

  • Tip Tuesday: Making Real Threads in Fusion 360

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    Modeling threads on a part is literally as easy as clicking a button in Fusion 360. Here is how do it! 

  • Bike Design Project: Ultimate urban utility bike


    We love bikes, their functionality, and the freedom to explore on the Fusion 360 team. But most of all we love the design. That’s why we’re supporting The Oregon Manifest Bike Design Project, a contest to design and build the ultimate urban utility bike. Five of the country’s most innovative design firms and bike builders will be competing in the Project. We want to give you insights into the design process and give you the opportunity to design the trophy for the winners.

  • FrankenTech Challenge 3: Wristwatch + Smartphone

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    Announcing the third design problem for the FrankenTech Challenge: Fuse a wrist watch and a smartphone. What can you come up with?

  • Tip Tuesday: 5 good-to-know preferences

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    In case you haven't noticed, there are a bunch of useful options in Fusion 360 Preferences that can better your Fusion 360 experience. Here are 5 that are good to know. 

  • Tip Tuesday: Bust a move…command


    Theres more to the move command than you might think. Click through to find out how you can use it as a direct modeling tool that can be more powerful than the press-pull command. 

  • Design Challenge: FrankenTech challenge 2



    What happens when 2 ordinary gadgets are fused together into one extraordinary 3D design? Test your creativity and design skills with this challenge for students (though anyone can partipate). Different project every 2 weeks.

  • Fusion 360 is different than the rest (Discuss)

    Fusion 360 is working to help you design differently.  There is plenty of talk going on about what people want and need from their design tools.  Over the last weeks I have been watching a thread in the Solidworks forum and thought we would set a few things straight.  

  • Get more from automatic preview renderings

    Want nice renderings for your models? Looking for that eye catching image to use in the Fusion 360 Gallery? Use the automaticaly gennerate preview images from your dashboard.

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  • Want design drawings? Fusion 360 Documentation beta is open – UPDATED


    Our Fusion 360 beta may be over, but the documentation beta is still open for testing! Click through to get the download link.

  • What we like to use when designing in Fusion 360

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    The inputs you use to get your ideas out in the design environment are sometimes just as important as the design environment itself, and there are so many choices to choose from. Here are what 5 Autodeskers who've shared awesome designs to the Gallery like using when they design in Fusion 360. Click through to see!