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Posted on Anyone switching away from Sketchup?

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#1 posted 10-17-2018 05:14 PM



Fusion 360 here. I did very little dabbling in Sketchup, but was not convinced it was worth the effort. The parametric capability of Fusion 360 sold me on moving to a CAD program over paper or Sketchup. Also the ability to post a colored, textured version of a final drawing to the web where it can be shared with others is a winner. Rough first attempt here (Note: joints were not drawn – most are floating tenons.)- Its drawing output is very flexible as to views and dimensioning.

- RevenantJoiner

Quick question – is the exploded view automatically done for you? I found it a lot of work to do in Sketchup.


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