Autodesk Fusion 360 is bringing in the new year with a User Interface (UI) facelift!
Presently the UI is in “Preview” mode so as to ease the masses into the new UI workflow. Yet, as to be expected, many of the power users are taking the leap and donning new UI Diggs. While I’m calling this a facelift in actuality it’s more akin to a refresh with a healthy dose of feature and function reorganization.
Instead of wading through linear strings of information things are now nicely regrouped into concise functional and context-specific tabs.
I’ve screen captured each work environment for your viewing pleasure and added a video from power-user Lars Christensen where you can see the new workflow in action!
If you’re a user of Fusion 360, your subscription now includes access to Autodesk EAGLE, the electronic design automation software to aid schematic layout or determine PCB routing and component placement.
You might value the perfect simulation model, striving for perfection—an engineering ideal if ever there was one.
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