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Inventor Fusion


Spline does not terminate when an existing sketch point is selected.

Click and drag a sketch circle to resize it.

Simplified sketch grid contextual glyph menu.

Dragging multiple sketch objects now will snap to other sketch points.

Shift-select allows window select of profiles.

Contextual command menu for selected sketch objects.


Mirror and pattern support the creation of new components.

You can revolve about an axis that is selected as part of the profile.

Sweep profiles and the path can be from different components.

Shell a solid without selecting a face to remove.

Split command uses the selected object to automatically determine whether you are splitting a face or a body. The in canvas glyph has been removed.

Split command allows you to select solid faces as the split tool.

Edit Edge command allows you to G2 Blend or Combine two edges.

The edges of surfaces can be used with the Assign Symmetry command.

New Insert Edge command allows you to insert an edge into an existing face.

New Planarize Edge command aligns the selected edge to a selected plane.

Any edge can be selected to create a surface patch.

New Fluid Volume command creates internal volumes or external volumes around existing model.

You can turn on/off the preview in the Simplify command.


When using the Move command to position components, you can reorient the triad to a vertex then move the component to other component vertices. This point-to-point workflow is similar to the AutoCAD move command.

You can insert a Fusion DWG into another Fusion DWG and maintain the hierarchy; this does not create a link or x-ref to the original DWG.

New Interference command displays the interferences between selected components or the entire assembly. There is an option to keep the interfering volumes as new components.

Work Geometry

A circular edge can be used to create a work axis. The work axis is created through the center of the circular edge.

A linear edge can be selected when creating a work plane by point and axis.


The AutoCAD add-in and the Inventor add-in will use the open Fusion session.

The AutoCAD add-in offers an accept or deny dialog on return to AutoCAD.

The AutoCAD add-in allows users to edit blocks created by opening Fusion DWG files or DWG files with 3D data in blocks resulting from AutoCAD's native 3D translators.

Inventor displays a dialog before launching Edit Form in Fusion.

New Autodesk Simulation CFD add-in.

New Autodesk Simulation WS product line add-ins.


Improved wireframe visual style.

There is an "Exit Free Orbit" context menu item when the Orbit command is active.

Option to disable dropping of visual effects during modeling and view navigation. This option is available at View > Visual Styles > Effects > Adaptive Performance.

Option to enable alternate zoom direction (allows Fusion to zoom like AutoCAD). This options is available at View > User Interface > Alternate Zoom Direction.

Option to enable software rendering. To access this option, go to the Application Menu and click the Options button.

The Slice Graphics command is replaced with the Section command. The section view is dynamically previewed while you drag the section plane.

New Zebra Analysis command.

User Interface

Support for Ribbon themes.

When an object is selected, the parents are highlighted in the browser.

You can turn on/off the display of features in the browser.


SketchUp import

OBJ import

NX import

Improved import of SolidWorks files that contain configurations


A warning is displayed when an AutoCAD DWG file is opened. The dialog warns the user that a copy is being made and objects Inventor Fusion does not support will be removed.

ESC key now exits browser menus

New select other option to chain select tangent contiguous edges. It can be found in the "Neighbor" group of select other tools.


Inventor Publisher 2013

Vault 2013

Greater Collaboration

Autodesk Vault steps toward a more complete single source of truth for the design team and beyond. Vault's connectivity with other Autodesk collaboration tools such as Autodesk Buzzsaw, third party and enterprise level information systems, and numerous integrations with design applications enables trusted collaboration across disciplines, company divisions and third party suppliers and contractors.

Streamlined Workflows

The standardization of the Vault interface and improvement of CAD integration mean the 2013 release has once again advanced the end user experience. Improved support for Inventor workflows involving drawing management, iParts, iAssemblies, levels of detail, and open and place from Vault as well as the introduction of Project workflows also advances the ability to manage project milestones and security.

Extensibility and the Enterprise

The 2013 release extends its flexibility and enterprise level functionality with the addition of Custom Objects and BOM properties, as well continuing a commitment to improving server side performance, and enhancing ease of maintenance, replication, compatibility, and data transfer.

Greater Collaboration

New Integrations

Sharepoint Integration

Support for Synergy Technology

Project Lifecycles

Streamlined Workflows

Open From Vault

See Customize the Vault Environment for more information.

Increased Check-in Efficiency

Improvements to iPart and iAssembly Workflows

Categorize Your Documents in Design Process Context

Access to Related Parents

Extensibility and the Enterprise

Custom Objects

BOM Properties (API)

Forward Compatibility

Replication File Ownership Improvements

Replication Site Affinity

Property Re-Index Improvements

Peformance and Scalability

Reduction of Redundant File Copies

Move Vaults, Databases, and Libraries

Vault now supports the ability to move Vaults, Databases, and Libraries using the Autodesk Data Management Server Console interface.

See these sections for more information:

Design Review 2013

    The following features have been added or enhanced in this release.

    1. Measure 2D angles. You can now measure 2D angles on drawings.
    2. Dynamic stamps. These newly added stamps automatically can include your user name, time, date, and filename to 2D drawings.
    3. Customize markup status highlight colors. This new general option enables you toapply custom color highlighting to For Review, Question, and Done statuses.
    4. Apply the original scale. You can return a 2D drawing to its originally published scaleafter a custom scale has been set.
    5. Select DWG TrueView to import DWG files instead of AutoCAD. When both AutoCAD®and DWG TrueView are installed on the same computer, Design Review uses AutoCAD to open DWG files. Design Review now enables you to select DWG TrueView to open DWG files instead of AutoCAD.
    6. Lock and unlock multiple markups in the Markups palette. Make multiple selections in the Markups palette and click one of the lock icons to change the security of them all. This capability now matches the right-click Lock functionality previously only available on the canvas context menu.
    7. One-click access to useful Autodesk 360 services. Use the Resources tab to view Autodesk 360 resources on the Web related to Design Review.

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