This week we’re making the transition from 123D Design to Fusion 360. We’ll take a look at our Github repo, which includes a lot of the 3D parts we’ve created over the years – mostly Adafruit and Raspberry Pi parts.
We’ll also take a look at how to import 123DX files into Fusion 360. Covering some basics like moving, panning, orbiting and zooming. Bonus: How to reset the pivot with multiple objects.
Let me know what you’d like me to cover on the next video, Thanks so much for watching!
PS: Huge shout out to Taylor Stein for pointing to Michael Aubry tutorial on the 123D Zip hack, which you can check out here:
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