Fusion 360 is one of the biggest titles in the 3D space. It undoubtedly has one of the largest range of toolsets amongst the best 3D rendering software. It comes with a well-implemented integration of CAD, CAM, CAE, and PCB, making it one of the most versatile 3D rendering software ever made.
No matter what industry you’re in, design, engineering, electronics, or manufacturing, Fusion 360 will get you through every 3D rendering. Thanks to its extreme versatility, the possibilities of what you can create in Fusion 360 know no limits. You can create and edit sketches using a powerful suite of sketch tools. Incorporate parametric changes in the design to repair geometry, create history-based figures, etc. No matter what you throw at it, Fusion 360 can tackle any 3D rendering task without breaking a sweat. Furthermore, to help you grasp the basics of the software, Fusion 360 comes with detailed documentation that explains various aspects of the software.
As you might’ve guessed, Fusion 360 does not come free of cost, although it does come at a reasonable price. The annual subscription of Fusion 360 is priced at $495 per year and $60 per month with a free trial of 30 days (1 month). Compared to the features and tools Fusion 360 boasts, Fusion 360 is priced fairly reasonably to be affordable for the masses.