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jz4all
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Inventor and Inventor Fusion?

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11-13-2012 11:25 PM

Hi

Short time ago I got update to my AutoCAD from 2010 to 2013. I got within the paket (Inventor fusion).
I did never use Inventor. I would like to know what is the difference between Inventor and Inventor Fusion?

Can somebody explain that to me or give me a link where I can find the good answer?

thanks

Fusion is free http://labs.autodesk.com and yet apparently nobody uses it (as evidenced by the lack of responses to your post here http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Inventor-Fusion/what-is-the-difference-between-Inventor-and-Inventor-Fusion/td-p/3695732).

 

 

Inventor is an expensive, professional program http://store.autodesk.com/store/adskus/en_US/pd/ThemeID.23155600/Autodesk_Inventor_Professional_2013/productID.245887100

 

as evidenced by the number of posts in this forum in the same time period since you Fusion forum posts there are significantly more people willing to pay to learn and use Autodesk Inventor.

 

You can see Fusion demonstrations here http://au.autodesk.com/?nd=classes&filter_keywords=&chunk=15&filter_material=&filter_personal=&filter_class=&filter_status=Active&filter_track=&filter_software=&filter_speaker=102543&filter_year_event=All&filter_language=&whichfilter=all

 

Now I'm sure someone from Autodesk will come along and explain the difference between history-based parametric modelers and direct modelers..... ....just the facts.

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JDMather
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Re: Inventor and Inventor Fusion?

11-14-2012 05:10 AM in reply to: jz4all

Fusion is free http://labs.autodesk.com and yet apparently nobody uses it (as evidenced by the lack of responses to your post here http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Inventor-Fusion/what-is-the-difference-between-Inventor-and-Inventor-F...).

 

 

Inventor is an expensive, professional program http://store.autodesk.com/store/adskus/en_US/pd/ThemeID.23155600/Autodesk_Inventor_Professional_2013...

 

as evidenced by the number of posts in this forum in the same time period since you Fusion forum posts there are significantly more people willing to pay to learn and use Autodesk Inventor.

 

You can see Fusion demonstrations here http://au.autodesk.com/?nd=classes&filter_keywords=&chunk=15&filter_material=&filter_personal=&filte...

 

Now I'm sure someone from Autodesk will come along and explain the difference between history-based parametric modelers and direct modelers..... ....just the facts.

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jz4all
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Re: Inventor and Inventor Fusion?

11-14-2012 05:23 AM in reply to: JDMather

Thanks a lot :smileyhappy:

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jclaidler
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Re: Inventor and Inventor Fusion?

11-14-2012 12:34 PM in reply to: jz4all
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