The cloud is a series of servers that are accessible over the internet. At a very basic level, the cloud can be thought of as a very large computer system that you are able to store your data on or use when your own computer isn’t powerful enough. Many of us use cloud storage with Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, iCloud Drive, and Dropbox. Autodesk Drive is the equivalent solution that you receive access to when you create an Autodesk account.[Read more...] about Is Fusion 360 Cloud-Based?
Nesting parts or creating flat patterns in Fusion 360 can help prepare your 3D models for Laser Cutters, CNC Mills, Vinyl Cutters, and other machines.
Those on the Commercial Fusion 360 license can …
Understanding the four types of modeling bodies will help you better determine which type of feature you can use. Features are grouped by tab and color.[Read more...] about Why Are There Different Colored Features in Fusion 360?
Fusion 360 allows users to rearrange the layout of user interface sections. Adding or removing features to toolbars and menu dropdowns can also be done.
Resetting the Fusion 360 layout will change the user interface to the same view of when you first installed and opened Fusion 360.[Read more...] about How to Reset Layout to the Fusion 360 Default
Fusion 360 is a top-down modeling program, which means parts can be designed and built within the same file.
Assemblies can contain up to 1000 bodies and components. Ultimately, the number allowed depends on how complex each one is.
So what happens when you want to focus on a specific area of a model?[Read more...] about Changing the Opacity of Bodies and Components in Fusion 360
Beginners often face a common issue when trying to mirror objects in Fusion 360.
Each problem or question is due in part that there are two different mirror commands. Fusion 360 has a Sketch Mirror command and a Model Mirror Command.[Read more...] about Mirror Command Not Working in Fusion 360