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Fusion 360 offers you Sculpt (T-Spline) Modeling to build and iterate your idea ever faster and flexible.
Create solid models based on 2D sketches and sculpted bodies, which can be used to help create additional geometry.
Create toolpaths to machine your components or use the 3D printing workflow to create a prototype.
Render designs with a variety of tools, effects, environments, and visual styles with simple drag-and-drop commands.
Analyze the structural integrity of models under different conditions using various materials, loads and constraints.
Create relationships, simulate motion, and review the fit and function of your design. All components exist in the same working Fusion file.
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