Fusion 360 Integrated CAD, CAM, CAE, and PCB software.

Gambar Fusion 360 Integrated CAD, CAM, CAE, and PCB software.

Fusion 360 unifies design, engineering, electronics, and manufacturing into a single software platform.

What is Fusion 360?

Fusion 360 is a cloud-based 3D modeling, CAD, CAM, CAE, and PCB software platform for product design and manufacturing.

– Design and engineer products to ensure aesthetics, form, fit, and function.
– Reduce the impact of design, engineering, and PCB changes and ensure manufacturability with simulation and generative design tools.
– Directly edit existing features or model fixtures with the only truly integrated CAD + CAM software tool.

3D CAD made easy

Don’t let your 3D modeling tools limit your creativity and ability to quickly create multiple design iterations. Fusion 360 enables you to design effortlessly with flexible 3D CAD software.


– 3D Design & Modeling
Engineer products with a comprehensive set of modeling tools. Ensure form, fit, and function of your products with various analysis methods.

– Sketching
Create and edit sketches with sketch constraints, dimensions, and a powerful suite of sketch tools.

– Direct Modeling
Edit or repair imported geometry from non-native file formats. Make design changes without worrying about time-based features

-Surface Modeling
Create and edit complex parametric surfaces for repairing, patching or designing geometry.

-Parametric Modeling
Create history-based features, including extrude, revolve, loft, sweep, etc., that update with design changes.

-Mesh Modeling
Edit and repair imported scans or mesh models, including STL and OBJ files.

-Freeform Modeling
Create complex sub-divisional surfaces with T-splines and edit them with intuitive push-pull gestures.

Create photo-realistic images of your model, leveraging local or cloud rendring.

-PCB Design Integration
Synchronize bi-directional changes from your electronics designs seamlessly with Autodesk EAGLE interoperability.

-Sheet Metal
Design sheet metal parts components, document flat patterns using 2D drawings and DXFs, and manufacturing your design with cutting strategies for water jet, laser and plasma machines.

Assemble designs with a traditional bottom-up, middle-out, or top-down approach and analyze assembly motion.