Autodesk has informed users of its various free online 3D design tools that early in 2017 it will consolidate the product line. Many existing applications including the 123D series of design and 3D printing tools will cease to exist as stand-alone products; the features from these apps will be blended into three remaining products: Tinkercad, Fusion 360, and ReMake. “We recognize the portfolio has become complex. We are making some changes to simplify our Autodesk portfolio and workflows for people everywhere who love to make things,” said Autodesk’s Sarah O’Rourke, a senior product manager for youth, in a post at the Autodesk 123D Blog. Read more on GraphicSpeak
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