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Alvarinho
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Adding new visual materials in Autodesk Inventor Fusion for Mac

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02-27-2014 03:00 PM

Hello:

 

Autodesk Inventor Fusion for Mac 2.1 has just a few visual materials in its library, so I want to know how can I add new materials to its database.

 

I have worked with Autodesk Inventor and Autodesk Fusion 360 and adding new materials in to their database is very simple, but with Autodesk Inventor Fusion for Mac I just can´t find a way. Please someone help me.   

 

Thank you

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There is no way to add materials to Inventor Fusion for Mac.

 

Do you prefer Inventor Fusion for Mac over Fusion 360? If so, can you tell us why? Your opinion is important to us.

 

Thanks!

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Phil.E
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Re: Adding new visual materials in Autodesk Inventor Fusion for Mac

03-12-2014 12:16 PM in reply to: Alvarinho

There is no way to add materials to Inventor Fusion for Mac.

 

Do you prefer Inventor Fusion for Mac over Fusion 360? If so, can you tell us why? Your opinion is important to us.

 

Thanks!



Phil Eichmiller
Software QA Engineer
Fusion Quality Assurance Team
Autodesk, Inc.

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Alvarinho
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Re: Adding new visual materials in Autodesk Inventor Fusion for Mac

04-27-2014 03:13 PM in reply to: Phil.E
Thank you for your replay Phil:

Most of the time I´m working with my laptop in places where I don´t have access to Wi-Fi. When I´m offline naming, storing and handling my projects are simple tasks that I can easily implement with Inventor Fusion for Mac. However trying to implement these actions in Fusion 360 becomes a real problem when I´m not online. For example if I work in an assembly that involves more than 25 different projects an efficient file-management interface becomes a basic necessity.

Thanks once again Phil and I hope that this ordinary opinion could be helpful to you.
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