3ds Max vs Fusion 360


3ds MaxFusion 360
3ds-Max
DescriptionWith more than 20 years in the market, 3ds Max has become one of the main tools for users when it comes to professional 3D models and audiovisual content. They are owned by Autodesk.Fusion 360 is a professional 3D CAD Design software owned by Autodesk. Its price is affordable and they offer a free version from students and entrepreneurs. It mixes CAD, CAM, and CAE into a single platform.
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Features
  • Live Link with Stingray Game Engine
  • Data Channel Modifier
  • Scene Converter
  • Autodesk Raytracer Renderer (ART)
  • Geodesic Voxel and Heatmap Skinning
  • Texture Assignment and Editing
  • Physical Camera
  • Particle Flow Effects
  • Hair and Fur Modifier
  • Max Creation Graph Controllers
  • UI, Workflow, and Pipeline
  • 3D Animation and Dynamics
  • General Animation Tools
  • Character Animation and Rigging Tools
  • Spline Workflows
  • Motion Paths
  • 3ds Max Fluids
  • High DPI Display Support
  • Asset Library
  • Arnold for 3ds Max
  • Mesh and Surface Modeling
  • Smart Asset Packaging
  • Rendering in A360
  • Improved ActiveShade Rendering
  • 3D Rendering
  • Improved pipeline Tools Integration
  • Blended Box Map
  • Simple Simulation Data Import
  • Customizable Workspaces
  • MAX to LMV
  • 3D Modeling, Texturing, and Effects

List with all features
  • Cloud-based Platform
  • Overview.
  • Surface Modeling.
  • Freeform Modeling.
  • Direct Modeling.
  • Mesh Modeling.
  • File Editing
  • Sketching.
  • Downloadable Application
  • Rendering.
  • Parametric Modeling.
PricingAutodesk 3ds Max has a subscription-based price of $215 monthly, or $1,700 if paid annually (34% cheaper).Fusion 360 has a subscription-based price of $395 ($25 per month) for a license of three years.
Free Trial?Yes, Autodesk offers a 30-days free trial for 3ds Max.Yes, They offer 30-days of free trial.
Compatible with
  • Windows
  • Windows 64 Bit
  • MacOS
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