3D meets DIY.

123D Make lets you turn 3D models into 2D build plans with animated assembly instructions.

Who’s making what

Some of our favorite projects from the gallery. View all projects


Normal Stadium Seats 3d model made with 123D Make
Simon Kasemphantai

Normal Stadium Seats

Simon Kasemphantai

dragon_faceted 3d model made with 123D Make
AndyTaylored

dragon_faceted

AndyTaylored

Soldier_01 3d model made with 123D Make
Xiong Liu

Soldier_01

Xiong Liu

Downloads


123D Make for PC

  • Multiple construction techniques
  • Modify form
  • Assembly instructions

Download for PC

View PC system requirements

  • Windows 7 (64 and 32 bit), Windows 8 & 8.1 (64 bit)
  • Intel® Core 2 Duo or later, AMD Athlon 64 X2 or later processor
  • 2+ GB RAM
  • 200+ MB free disk space
  • OpenGL graphics card with 256MB or more dedicated graphics memory
  • 1280×1024 minimum screen resolution
  • Internet connection

123D Make for Mac

  • Multiple construction techniques
  • Modify form
  • Assembly instructions

View Mac system requirements

  • Apple® Mac OS® X, version 10.7 and higher
  • Mac computer with an Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, or Xeon processor
  • 2+ GB RAM
  • 1280×1024 minimum screen resolution
  • Internet connection

123D Make for iPhone & iPad

  • Revolver tool
  • Make desktop kits

  • Apple® Mac OS® X, version 10.7 and higher
  • Mac computer with an Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, or Xeon processor
  • 2+ GB RAM
  • 1280×1024 minimum screen resolution
  • Internet connection

123D Make update history

Find the entire 123D Make release history here. Click an update from the list below to get more info. Need help? Visit the support forum

v1.6 / October 24, 2014
  • New Slice Direction manipulators with more control for Interlocked, Curved, and Radial construction techniques.
  • New option to output nested slices to save material for lasercutting and CNC projects.
  • Print directly to your installed system printer or laser cutter.
  • Other bug fixes and improvements from customer feedback.

v1.5 / June 5, 2014
  • New construction technique 3D slices will slice your model while maintaining the shape of the model.
  • Folded Panels:
    • Interactively add and remove panel seams for better control on the design of your project.
    • Add fold lines or perforation lines on edges within a panel for folding or cutting out.
  • Updated Slice Direction interaction for snapping the direction in increments in two directions for Stacked Slices and 3D Slices.

v1.4 / January 6, 2014
  • Improved dowel controls. We’re excited to announce this highly requested feature! You can now manually add, subtract, and move the dowels that help align models made with the Stacked Slice technique.
  • DXF unit export. You can now specify mm or inch as the exported DXF file’s units. EPS and PDF retain their original units of inches.
  • Go Premium. You can now upgrade your 123D account to Premium status as an in-app purchase.
  • Bug fixes.

v1.3 / October 3, 2013
  • Updated 3D view controls. The Autodesk ViewCube is a 3D widget placed in the upper right corner of the window. When used as an orientation controller, the ViewCube can be dragged, or the faces, edges, or corners can be clicked on, to easily orient the scene to the corresponding view. When acting as an orientation indicator, the ViewCube turns to reflect the current view direction as the user re-orients the scene using other tools.
  • Orthogonal view. View models squarely with no perspective by clicking the eye icon.
  • New export method. You can now export your panelized model as a complete STL or OBJ without slicing it. Think of it as applying a “faceting filter” to a model, just choose “Folded Panels” as the Construction Technique, tweak settings, then choose “Export Mesh…” from the main menu.
  • New 3D Print utility. Access the new Autodesk 3D Print Utility from the “3D Print” menu to optimize your model for 3D printing. Hollow the model to save print time and material, position the model to minimize the support material, see a preview of the support material, and use adaptive thickening to adjust details that are otherwise too small to print.
  • Layer optimizations. Numbering of individual slices on sheets has been made more intuitive, and DXFs are sorted into four layers: annotation, boundary, frame, hole.
  • Bug fixes.

v1.2.5 / May 16, 2013
  • The new Autodesk 3D Print Utility is now available from the “3D Print” menu item inside 123D Make.
  • Use the 3D Print Utility to optimize a 3D model for printing.
  • Hollow the model to save print time and material.
  • position the model to minimize the support material required (and see a preview of the support material!)
  • use adaptive thickening to adjust details that are otherwise too small to print.

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Choose from a huge variety of materials, including cardboard, acrylic, and more.

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