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Creating a New Design in Fusion360 1. Open Fusion 360. 2. In the top left corner, locate the File menu (the icon is a paper folded on the corner).
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Adding a Simulation to Fusion360: 1. Open the Model drop down menu in the top left-hand corner of the screen, and select Simulation .
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To Edit User Preferences: 1. Click on your name at the top right corner of the window, then click on Preferences from the dropdown menu.
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In Fusion360, there are a wide variety of ways to manage your files and data. From sharing your files to organizing them, the steps below will walk you through managing Fusion360 data. To Manage Files and Data in Fusion360: There are several ways to handle your files and projects. The sections below illustrate the ways to ease your workflow, manage...
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Managing Fusion 360 Group Members: 1. In the Project that you want to Add members from, open the Data Panel.
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Navigating Workspaces in Fusion: To navigate the available workspaces in Fusion, you use the Workspace button located at the far left of the control bar. Selecting this button will display a drop down with your available options. Each workspace will display a toolbar with tools relevant to that specific workspace. The...
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Navigation tools in Fusion 360 There are three ways to manipulate the view of your design: The Navigation Bar, the ViewCube, and the Mouse wheel button. 1. The Navigation Bar is at the bottom of the page and contains the following...
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Starting a New Project in Fusion 360 Method 1: 1. Click the Show Data Panel in the top left corner of the screen.
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Solving a simulation will allow you to see if your simulation performs successfully. Solving a Simulation: 1. The first thing to do is to use the Pre-Check feature, which will ensure that all required settings are applied.Open the Simulation menu then in the Solve category click Pre-Check.
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In Autodesk Fusion360, there are many components in the graphical interface window. For a first time user, many of these can be confusing. The following is a breakdown of the default components shown in the Fusion360 window. Fusion360 User Interface...
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