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How do I search for a specific part by name in Fusion?

A - answer If you are working with a larger assembly in Autodesk Fusion, it may be useful to search for a specific component or model by its name, designation.

You will not find this function directly in the browser tree, but you can use the function SELECT > Selection Tools > Select By Name. You can also assign a keyboard shortcut to it, e.g. Alt+Shift+F.

Enter part of the name of the object or component you are looking for and click the binoculars icon. Visible objects found with the corresponding name will be highlighted in the model and in the browser tree of the design.

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applies to: Fusion 360 360 ·

See also:
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