Strictly speaking, yes. However it is retired and further development, i.e. new versions are not planned.
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Thanks for replying, yes I know about Fusion 360 but this is for 64 bits and I have 32 bits. So Inventor fusion will continiue through the years as 2013?, can use it with no other application or I have to buy Autocad license? Autocad is to much expensive I can not even afford it.
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