- Dec 15, 2007
ouch... sign up for home schooling license...
I have at least 100 'active' documents. And almost all of my designs used multiple documents. Even my 'Crippled God' in Fusion 360 has probably 20. I can probably drop down to 10. But I'll have to change the way I do my modeling and I'll need to upload a step file every single time I need a screw, etc in a model instead of just dragging it from a document.
Well they are in the 'objects' folder. But they are still documents. So I'm not sure if they are counted. So I'm just going to be careful and export them all.Yeah, I can see how that would be a pain for a large project. Tinkercad lets you save premade shapes/things like "screws" as a tool, is there no equivalent process for fusion 360?
To un-achieve you do have to go to the autodesk website and do it there. But I don't think there is a limit.I have quite a few projects as well though most of them are not "active" per say. I wonder how hard it is to bring something back from the archive. Like is this just an annoying thing. Push 1 to archive, bring another back etc or is it a hard limit?
I never tried simulations it was on my todo list but now
I am sure this is a money thing, lots of people have printers now and are on the free tier. So I guess this is precursor to a "Home Pro" or something tier...