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November 3, 2021
Customize your Fusion 360 experience with extensions that give access to complex machining strategies, generative design, and additive manufacturing workflows.
Extensions in Fusion 360 allow you to unlock advanced design and manufacturing technologies. Eliminate your disconnected tools and costly deployment overhead by extending your workflows with specialized technologies in one platform and improve operational efficiency with automated and optimized workflows.
So what extensions are available to you with your Fusion 360 subscription?
The machining extension provides advanced manufacturing functionality with access to more 3 and 5-axis strategies, toolpath optimization, and process automation.
Nesting & Fabrication Extension
This extension unlocks advanced capabilities to create optimized and associative multi-sheet layouts for sheet metal and non-sheet metal parts.
The manage extension adds additional data management functionality and manages design changes at any s tage of production with the click of a button using pre-built workflows.
Generative Design Extension
Generative Design allows you to quickly explore high-performing design iterations. Reduce weight, improve product performance, and consolidate parts.
Additive Build Extension
The additive guild extension allows you to 3D print high value metal parts. Automatically orient parts, create high-quality finishing operations, and generate fully associative support structures.