Just earlier that day I hosted a webinar on Fusion & traditional CAD (which you can watch here). Now, I’m not exactly claiming that it was prophetic, but there is proof to be found that I discussed some things in the webinar specifically that were out of date just hours later… The crazy fast update cadence of Fusion 360 is one of my favorite parts of the whole platform. Can I really tell the future, or does Fusion 360 just update that fast? I’ll let you decide.
So, what’s new? Your feedback made it loud and clear that some immediate updates were needed in drawings. They have added multi-sheet drawings, custom tables, and ordinate dimensions to the toolset. Also, for assemblies you can now suppress from the BOM or just hide parts out of views as needed.
There were many other updates too. One of my favorites: you can now create sub-folders to organize bodies into groups in a complex model. What updates do you think are still needed in drawings, or any other part of Fusion 360?
Check out the full update announcement from Autodesk here: http://www.autodesk.com/products/fusion-360/blog/march-1-2017-update-whats-new/