The Autodesk FUSION 360 format is now available on the TraceParts platform

Millions of components available for designers in the FUSION 360 format on the TraceParts CAD content platform

Saint-Romain, France - 11 May 2017 - TraceParts, one of the world's leading providers of 3D digital content for engineering, enables designers registered on its platform to import components in the FUSION 360 format directly into the cloud-based CAD software developed by Autodesk, a leading, innovative company in the fields of 3D design, engineering and technology.


FUSION 360 combines CAD, CAM and CAE (Computer Aided Engineering).
The software allows users to take their projects from the design stage right through to production,
and even integrates 3D printing capabilities.


What are the advantages of this new format for users of TraceParts' CAD platform?


Millions of components available in the FUSION 360 format,
A native file format,
No storage on the designer's workstation. The CAD models are saved directly in the Cloud,
Direct insertion of the component in FUSION 360 with no additional installation needed.

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