I just tried downloading the free version of Fusion 360 (just to try it out, see if I understand any of it) and it says it won't work on my mac as it's too old (and they don't support new software on my mac now).
Any suggestions on how I can try it without buying a new machine please? I'm running OSX El Capitan Version 10.11.16.
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Don’t think there’s an answer to this one, I have installed it on mine but I am running the latest os and have a 4gb graphics card, my old pc was not quick enough with a 2gb card to run it properly. So even if you could get it loaded it would probably run really slowly. It is a very process heavy program so an upgrade maybe the best idea unless you can run another cad program. I kinda have the opposite issue in that most of my drawings are on Autocad 2011 (pc only) and I can’t load that on my Mac because it only supports loading windows 10 and I don’t have that just XP and 7 licensing (Mac can boot to windows using boot camp) To be fair that may work for you if you make a windows partition with boot camp and load fusion via windows?
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