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Can Autodesk Fusion 360 make use of multicore CPUs?

A - answer The CAD/CAM software Autodesk Fusion 360 supports multi-threading, i.e. multiprocessor workstations (e.g. dual-CPU) and multi-core processors, in many computing-intensive CAD operations, like opening large assemblies, meshing 3D solids or for local raytrace rendering.

But other computing-heavy operations (e.g. conversion of CAD formats, full rendering, generating CAM toolpaths) are performed in the cloud.

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3.3.2015    5447×  
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applies to: Fusion360 ·

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