Fusion 360 vs TurboCAD

Fusion 360TurboCAD
DescriptionFusion 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.First-time released in 1986, TurboCAD keeps delivering solutions for the 2D and 3D design and drafting. The latest 2020 version of TurboCAD is known for having a smoother learning curve than AutoCAD.
  • Cloud-based Platform
  • Overview.
  • Surface Modeling.
  • Freeform Modeling.
  • Direct Modeling.
  • Mesh Modeling.
  • File Editing
  • Sketching.
  • Downloadable Application
  • Rendering.
  • Parametric Modeling.
  • New Import of TurboApp files from mobile devices
  • Point Cloud Support
  • Programmable with Ruby Scripting or Software
  • Database Connectivity with Customizable Reporting
  • 2D Geometric and Dimension Constraints
PricingFusion 360 has a subscription-based price of $395 ($25 per month) for a license of three years.TurboCAD offers TurboCAD 2020 Designer plan for a price of $59.99 + taxes.
Free Trial?Yes, They offer 30-days of free trial.Yes, they offers 15-days of free trial.
Compatible with
  • Windows 64 Bit
  • MacOS
  • Windows 64 Bit
Ease of use
Customer support
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