Fusion 360 on openSUSE

CAD is one of the things I really enjoy doing. I am most adept at using PTC Creo for my employer. I am able to easily “think” and design ideas as easily in that software as I am able to draw it on a piece of paper.

I’m making it a point to get that way with Fusion 360. I don’t think it is as intuitive but if you were to ask anybody that hasn’t “grown up” with Pro-Engineer (Creo’s historical name) they would likely say otherwise.

In 45 minutes, I went from not having ever used Fusion 360 to being able to create a replacement part for a Sewing Machine.


Here is a bit more of Fusion 360 on Linux. I have been doing a bit of Architectural Design using openSUSE. This is just a blathering of my observations in using a CAD application with which I am less familiar.