Autodesk has this month rolled out a new update to their Fusion 360 CAD/CAM software which brings with it a wealth of new features including enhanced 2D sketching and 2D drawing tweaks.
Together with an update to its collaboration tools, that make up the core functionality of Fusion 360 software, allowing a team of designers and engineers to work on a single design simultaneously.
Autodesk has included a new chat feature allowing for quick communication within the distributed design framework allowing teams to work on assemblies, modify parts and communicate with ease. Watch the videos below for a comprehensive overview of all the new features that you can expect to enjoy in the latest Fusion 360 cloud-based software. Autodesk explains :
The theme for this update is around how to better work with distributed teams by referencing designs in an assembly. I heard loud and clear that this was something you have all asked for. This update delivers that with distributed design and more. We talked about it here in our preview blog post last week, check it out if you want to get a sense of how it works. This update lays the foundation for more powerful collaboration workflows, such as our branching and merging plans that are well underway.
For more information on the new tweaks and addition in the latest Fusion 360 CAD software jump over to the Autodesk blog website for details.
Source: AutodeskFiled Under: Technology News