Thea for Fusion 360

 
 

Why Thea for Fusion?

Fusion 360 represents the continued commitment from Autodesk to evolve CAD/CAM software with dynamic tooling for parametric, solid and free-form design. Complementing the modelling aspect of Fusion and with the introduction of Thea Render v1.5, we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of our bridge plug-in for Autodesk Fusion 360 which enables cloud projects to be exported from Fusion into Thea Render Studio.

Using Thea for Fusion plug-in enables projects to be exported into our robust Studio staging tool for rendering enhancements. Thea Studio offers a multitude of features ranging from our production biased/unbiased/NVIDIA CUDA GPU renderer and a true physically based material system.

 

 

   

Download for Windows

System Requirements: Windows Vista/7/8/10 - 32bit/64bit. For Presto GPU: Nvidia CUDA graphics card (CUDA 6.5, Compute Capability 2.0 or higher).

Download Resources

                           http://www.thearender.com/cms/index.php/resources/libraries/material-libraries-in-skm-format.html                    
Manual      Tutorial    Materials 

 

Download for MacOSX

System Requirements: MacOSX 10.6 and above, Intel/AMD CPU. For Presto GPU: Nvidia CUDA graphics card (CUDA 6.5, Compute Capability 2.0 or higher)

Links above contain bundle installers for Thea Studio and Thea for Fusion 360. For more download options, please visit this page.

 

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Thea for Fusion supports:

  • Full or partial scene export from Fusion into Thea Studio
  • Cumulative export of project components from Fusion into Studio
  • Interactive Render of Fusion projects within Thea Studio
  • Joint support
  • Basic material conversion from Fusion to Thea
  • Selectable axis export manipulation
     
 

Thea for Fusion 360 contains Thea Render and Thea for Fusion360 Plugin. Thea Render is Developed and Manufactured by Solid Iris Technologies. Thea Render is Copyright © Solid Iris Technologies.
Images from Claas Kuhnen.

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