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    Anyone here using Fusion 360 for 2D/3D CAD?

    I just recently bought my subscription, so I was just wondering if anyone else here uses it and has their Team online.
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    Re: Anyone here using Fusion 360 for 2D/3D CAD?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
    I just recently bought my subscription, so I was just wondering if anyone else here uses it and has their Team online.
    I'm an educational user and have a team setup for the high school robotics club (FRC 4060).

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    Re: Anyone here using Fusion 360 for 2D/3D CAD?

    Nice. I have an educational account as well, but I wanted to keep my stuff separate from my work stuff.
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    Re: Anyone here using Fusion 360 for 2D/3D CAD?

    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
    Nice. I have an educational account as well, but I wanted to keep my stuff separate from my work stuff.
    Yeah, I still maintain my Alibre license for my work stuff. If my work picks up I may make the switch. We opted for Fusion 360 at the school because it offered the students the ability to work at home on lesser hardware than Solidworks and MasterCam. Not to mention licensing. We made the switch about 4 years ago. I presently push out local tool libraries and post processors rather than using the Team Assets because my students work in both personal and team hubs. It would be really nice if you could access all your teams/hubs simultaneously.

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