Fusion 360

Cloud enabled 3D CAD & collaboration platform for designers

About Fusion 360

Fusion 360 is a 3D CAD, CAM and CAE tool that combines industrial and mechanical design, simulation, collaboration, and machining to connect the entire product development process in an integrated, concept-to-production toolset

Pricing starting from:

US$40,00/month

  • Free Trial
  • Free Version
  • Subscription

Key benefits of Fusion 360

  • Quickly iterate on design ideas with sculpting tools to explore form and modeling tools to create finishing features.

  • Test fit and motion, perform simulations, create assemblies, make photorealistic renderings and animations.

  • Create toolpaths to machine your components or use the 3D printing workflow to create a prototype.

  • Devices

    Business size

    S M L

    Markets

    Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, United States

    Supported Languages

    English

    Pricing starting from:

    US$40,00/month

    • Free Trial
    • Free Version
    • Subscription

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    Features

    Total features of Fusion 360: 9

    • API
    • Assessment Management
    • Collaboration Tools
    • Data Visualization
    • Design Management
    • Product Data Management
    • Project Management
    • Task Management
    • Version Control

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    Reviews

    Overall rating

    4,6 /5
    (122)
    Value for Money
    4,6/5
    Features
    4,7/5
    Ease of Use
    4,1/5
    Customer Support
    4,3/5

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    David I.
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    • Industry: Telecommunications
    • Company size: Self Employed
    • Used Other for 1-5 months
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    • Likelihood to recommend 7.0 /10

    Excellent 3D CAD design software

    Reviewed on 2020/06/01

    I have enjoined using it, I actually was able to finish a prototype design using tool, it saved my...

    I have enjoined using it, I actually was able to finish a prototype design using tool, it saved my day since it allowed me to design an organic piece that I badly needed, that I was not able to design accurately with open source software that I was using at that time.

    Pros

    - There is a free version for Fusion 360 used for students, startups and teachers.
    - The modeling tools are really good they allow you to build organic shapes with ease.
    - The learning curve is not as steep.
    - It has an amazing support since is owned by Autodesk.
    - You can create machine code (G-Code) to send it to cut or 3D print.
    - There are several tutorials online and now is more used in the mechanical design industry.

    Cons

    The thing I did not like is that is entirely run on the cloud, you have to have an internet connection.

    Joshua M.
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    • Industry: Machinery
    • Company size: 2-10 Employees
    • Used Daily for 1+ year
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    • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

    JNM Rise Inc - Fusion360 Review

    Reviewed on 2019/12/17

    This software has been so easy to use from day one! I couldn't be more thrilled with it. Being an...

    This software has been so easy to use from day one! I couldn't be more thrilled with it. Being an SME, it is offered on an annual basis free of charge. My network of engineers are amazed I am able to accomplish what I have using this software when the companies they come from are paying thousands for licensing. I also would like to note that Autodesk offer an incredible specialization to really round out your skills via Coursera.

    Pros

    This software has been an incredible tool for my business. Being that our principle service is Design and Engineering, Fusion 360 has offered all my team and I could ask for in a software. It has been very intuitive, and regular updates or feedback from the customer service team. In addition, there is a massive online community with video tutorials or guides both created by, or individual users of the Fusion360 software.

    Cons

    I can honestly say that there has not been an issue since day one of using the software. If I have a need to address, the online community are quick to provide thoughtful responses and guidance allowing me to solve any issues my team and I may have.

    Godwin A.
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    • Industry: Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
    • Company size: 11-50 Employees
    • Used Daily for 1+ year
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    • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

    Fusion 360, the always improving youngster in CAD/CAM/CAE!

    Reviewed on 2021/03/31

    3D modeling in Fusion 360 is a wonderful experience as I have designed products ranging from...

    3D modeling in Fusion 360 is a wonderful experience as I have designed products ranging from medical equipment to automotive technology to household tools and even industrial machine parts with ease.

    Pros

    First of all, you can never lose any file on Fusion 360. Even if you fail to save and your device shuts down, you can always get a recovered version on restarting Fusion on that device.
    Secondly, Fusion 360 is so light as compared to its other competitions as it really doesn't consume much of your OSD/ROM.
    Finally and obviously, you can easily get access to your design files from anywhere and at anytime you want it as Fusion saves them on the cloud.

    Cons

    Of course, Fusion 360 is cloud based and may consume internet data while it is running in "working online" mode. And in offline mode, user experience might not be smooth.

    Ilgaz K.
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    • Industry: Design
    • Company size: Self Employed
    • Used Daily for 6-12 months
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    • Likelihood to recommend 0.0 /10

    Overpriced and doesn't properly work

    Reviewed on 2020/12/24

    It's bad, i wouldnt recommend. I've started to use it because it was free to makers and small...

    It's bad, i wouldnt recommend. I've started to use it because it was free to makers and small companies, then it got hella expensive and i wouldn't suggest to even touch it.

    Pros

    Ease of use and UI is elegant to look at.

    Cons

    Software isnt yet to be finished. Coding itself is bad and people with coding background including myself thinks that this one software is built upon 2 different programming languages that contradict each other. It's clunky and tries to bring you errors instead of trying to understand what you're trying to do and forums are full of self-boasting fans and dwellers which only to bring you that it has a "workaround" and you should be ashamed of yourself to bring the problem on the table. Everything is cloud. What i mean by everything i mean EVERYTHING. You dont have any privacy or any probability to work offline.
    Render costs you money. Even if youre a paid user. Little things come together and forms you this one big mess ball.

    Tl:Dr : i wouldnt touch this program ever again after this project ends.

    Verified Reviewer
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    • Industry: Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
    • Company size: Self Employed
    • Used Daily for 2+ years
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    • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

    Best CAD software

    Reviewed on 2021/03/25

    It is great software if your design is simple, for complex designing you have to invest more time...

    It is great software if your design is simple, for complex designing you have to invest more time in it to become an expert.

    Pros

    It have great UI. It is full featured 3D modelling software can be accessed freely using student version. we can create machine code for 3d printing the designed model. It is best suitable for mechanical industry . Online tutorials can be found so using this is not that difficult.

    Cons

    It run on cloud so you have to have an internet connection for using this. Learning can be difficult for the beginners. Beside these it is a great software for 3D modelling

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    Fusion 360 offers the following pricing plans:

    • Starting from: US$40,00/month
    • Pricing model: Free, Subscription
    • Free Trial: Available

    A 30-day free trial is available, after which standalone single-user licenses are priced as follows: Fusion 360: -$40/month -$310/year -$620/ 2 years Fusion 360 Ultimate: - $190/month - $1,535/year - $3,070/2 years

    We do not have any information about Fusion 360 features

    Fusion 360 has the following typical customers:

    Self Employed, 2-10, 11-50, 51-200, 201-500, 501-1 000, 1 001+

    Fusion 360 supports the following languages:

    English

    Fusion 360 supports the following devices:

    Android (Mobile), iPhone (Mobile), iPad (Mobile)

    We do not have any information about what integrations Fusion 360 has

    Fusion 360 offers the following support options:

    Email/Help Desk, FAQs/Forum, Knowledge Base, 24/7 (Live rep)

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