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    Cool Catalogue/Market for Fusion 360

    Hello!

    Is anyone over here aware how, if and from where is it possible to download lets say other peoples designs either specifically for FUSION 360 or something similar?
    Some interesting 3d models or pre-made cam/g code even. To try them out in your own machine or just practice with CAM.

    Like something similar to Sketchup has with their online 3d store where people can upload and download their stuff.

    Maybe there is an online 3d model shop/store from where stuff can be imported to Fusion easily?

    Just trying to get my bearings straight here with whats available.

    All the best guys!

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    Default Re: Catalogue/Market for Fusion 360

    In Fusion 360 File->Open should list some samples.

    If you're willing to sign-up for GrabCad the library search function sorts by software. Don't expect tool paths unless the uploader states so explicitly.
    https://grabcad.com/library?page=1&t...res=fusion-360

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    Default Re: Catalogue/Market for Fusion 360

    Here is a good place to start https://academy.titansofcnc.com/

    Jim Dawson
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    Default Re: Catalogue/Market for Fusion 360

    For learning Fusion 360 I found this video series to be super helpful:

    https://www.nyccnc.com/fusion-360/

    (Note: The opinions expressed in this post are my own and are not necessarily those of CNCzone and its management)


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