I can’t believe Autodesk Inventor Fusion is free to download and use from Apple App Store. This program is very new to me, and I’m very new to 3D modeling. Nonetheless, as I doodled around with Autodesk Inventor Fusion for around 30 minutes, I made a mental note to myself that this software would be perfect for me to digitally visualize something in 3D and save such 3D model for archive reason. Quite unfortunately, as now I do not know what I want or wish to conjure digitally in 3D visualization. Still, I imagine some people out there may need to digitally model something in 3D before they actually go about modeling their projects with physical materials, and so Autodesk Inventor Fusion might just be the software they want to use. Plus it’s free to download and use anyway!!! Anyhow, if you want to see how powerful Autodesk Inventor Fusion is, you can check out the videos that I found on YouTube in relation to Autodesk Inventor Fusion right after the break to see Autodesk Inventor Fusion in action. Enjoy!!!
Afterthought: I wish I can find more Autodesk Inventor Fusion tutorials for Mac. If you know any YouTube tutorials for Autodesk Inventor Fusion for Mac, please post a YouTube video link in the comment. Thanks…
- Autodesk rolls out Inventor Fusion for Mac (electronista.com)
- Autodesk Factory Design Suite Helps Global Manufacturer Digitally Create Entire Factories (softzine.net)
- Autodesk Releases ‘Inventor Fusion’ on Mac App Store (macrumors.com)