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      FUSION 360 ADDITIVE BUILD EXTENSION

      Amplify your Fusion 360 additive manufacturing capabilities

      Enhance the core additive manufacturing capabilities of Fusion 360 with access to metal 3D printers, support generation and toolpathing for Selective Laser Melting process.

      Metal additive manufacturing

      Select 3D print parameters, automatically orient parts, and generate fully associative support structures for efficient programming.

      Use the Additive Manufacturing Extension to quickly create subtractive finishing operations within the same Fusion 360 environment to machine precise features and achieve a high-quality surface finish.

      What is the Fusion 360 Additive Build Extension?

      The Fusion 360 Additive Build Extension allows you to unlock additional additive manufacturing technologies in Fusion 360 using metal powder bed machines to produce lighter, stronger, better performing parts, while reducing material waste and cost.

      Access advanced controls to automatically orient parts, generate fully associative support structures, and arrange parts on your platform to optimize the use of your build volume. Slice your models, generate and visualize additive toolpaths, and export machine specific build files in a range of native formats.

      Benefits of the Fusion 360 Additive Build Extension

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        Select 3D print parameters

        Select from the most popular metal additive 3D printers to configure Fusion 360’s Manufacture workspace for your process.

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        Orient parts

        Identify the ideal orientation for your parts to minimize support material while achieving the best surface quality and a successful print.

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        Associative design & manufacturing data

        Connect your design data to manufacturing seamlessly. Set up manufacturing once, and let fusion 360 update as needed when you change the design.

      Try Fusion 360 extensions for free

      The trial period for Fusion 360 extensions is limited; the easiest way to get started is to speak with one of our product specialists. Complete the form below to access a 7-day free trial and get equipped to maximize your trial experience.*

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      Buy the Fusion 360 Additive Build Extension

      Gain access to metal additive manufacturing functionality, including the ability to generate support structures, toolpaths and machine specific build files.

      Fusion 360 Additive Build Extension frequently asked questions (FAQ)

      The Additive Build Extension enables the creation of toolpaths and support strategies for DMLS additive technologies. Produce metal parts using powder bed fusion machines. Access advanced control to automatically orient parts, generated fully associative support structures, and pack parts to optimize the use of the build space.

      A subscription to the Fusion 360 Additive Build Extension is required in addition to an active subscription to Fusion 360. Additive Build Extension subscriptions are available both monthly and yearly.

      Metal additive manufacturing, also known as metal 3D printing, takes the additive manufacturing process and applies it to exclusively metals. By layering metal powders, precise objects can be designed and constructed.

      Yes, 3D printing and additive manufacturing are synonyms for the same process. Both terms reference the process of building parts by joining material layer by layer from a CAD file.

      Additive manufacturing is a process that adds successive layers of material to create an object, often referred to as 3D printing. Subtractive manufacturing, as the name suggests, is the opposite. Rather than adding layers, subtractive manufacturing involves removing sections of a material by machining or cutting it away. It can be carried out manually or, more commonly by a process known as Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining.

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