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Switching Fusion 360 with AUTO CAD how different is it ?

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Collin
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They have very different working principles and methods. Fusion 360 focuses on 3D modeling and manufacturing, while AutoCAD has its roots in 2D modeling


   
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My product is 3d I think I want to do it in fusion 360 software would do it.


   
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Collin
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Of course, your Product is 3d so you can use fusion 360 software 


   
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Gavin
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You can use F360 for free, so there's really no reason to not try it.


   
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I really like Fusion. A lot.
I can't speak to how hard it is. Pick a simple project and give it a try.


   
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Gavin
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Brother its not a hard software, its very easy software


   
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I use Inventor full time at work, but like Fusion 360 more for my home projects (cosplay, 3D printing) the modeling environment is more user-friendly I find.


   
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Gavin
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There are a lot of options out there based on the type of modelling you're doing (Rhino, Blender, etc.).

If you're adept at Inventor you won't have any trouble learning Fusion.


   
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