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How to share simulation results from Fusion 360?

A - answer You can publish and share simulation results in the same way as the 3D model itself. Go back from the simulation workspace to model workspace and from the Fusion 360 pull-down menu select File > Share > Share Public link.

After the recipient clicks on the acquired link, the published model will be displayed on A360 in his/her web browser and there will be a three-quarter circle displayed on the left side of the page - labelled "Simulation". This icon contains the list af all available simulations of the particular model. If you select one of them, the simulation results will be shown - you can display them interactively with different aspects:

You can also display simulation loads and contacts.
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See also:
Tip 12237:UnfoldRS - unfold 3D surfaces to 2D in AutoCAD.
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Tip 11909:Using luminiscent materials in AutoCAD 3D scenes.
Tip 11831:Using the Pantone colors (palette) for your models in Fusion 360.
Tip 11816:How to convert 3D CAD model to the format glTF 2.0 (GLB)?


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