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nvanlaar
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What's the difference?

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05-19-2011 11:59 AM

...between 123D and Fusion?  They look and work practically identical.  And there still is no way to reverse the mouse zoom!  C'mon Autodesk...

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Re: What's the difference?

06-02-2011 04:51 PM in reply to: nvanlaar

123D is target at Makers and is intended to be simpler. Inventor Fusion is targeted at Mechanical Designers and includes more translators and functions for mechanical design. Over time the differences will be more obvious. They are based off the same technology today.

 

We are working to provide a complete solution to the navigation differences between Fusion/AutoCAD/Inventor and Alias. Stay Tuned!

 

-Kevin Schneider

Kevin Schneider


15" Macbook Pro Retina - OSX 10.9 in Portland, Oregon


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nvanlaar
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Re: What's the difference?

06-07-2011 01:36 PM in reply to: schneik

Prior to SP2 for Fusion, 123D was more stable IMO.  Because of the same core, will general improvements migrate between the two programs?

 

Thanks,

Nick

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Re: What's the difference?

06-08-2011 02:28 PM in reply to: nvanlaar

123D is target at more general modeling for users entering into 3D and maker market. Inventor Fusion is a targeting mechanical prosumer users. They share technology but the differences will become more pronounced over time.

 

-Kevin Schneider

Kevin Schneider


15" Macbook Pro Retina - OSX 10.9 in Portland, Oregon


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