As noted at:
Fusion 360 licensing is changing.
For folks for whom it is sufficient to make you consider a different CAD application which are you looking at and why and what sort of work do you do?
Things which may merit consideration:
- Alibre Atom3D — good for the folks doing mechanical design it even has a free spreadsheet / calculation feature which allows parametric design Parametric Design Using Alibre Atom3D
- OnShape — they already had their licensing kerfuffle, so presumably the current status quo (free license requires work be publicly available) will remain
- Solidworks — the US/Canadian Veterans edu. license is quite affordable, and available for folks doing experimental aircraft designs through the EAA: http://www.eaa.org/en/eaa/eaa-membership/eaa-member-benefits/solidworks-resource-center/solidworks-student-design-kit
- Moment of Inspiration — surprisingly affordable I really wish this had a node editor interface as a standard/supported thing
- Shapr3D — for the cool folks w/ iPads and Apple Pencils who are okay with monthly payments — pairs well w/ MeshCAM
For opensource there are the standard options:
- OpensCAD and other programming options
Anything I missed?