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How to open a local .F3Z file in Fusion 360?

A - answer A file with the extension F3Z is a zipped package of a Fusion 360 assembly model (an archive), containing one or more models in the standard .F3D format.

To open the .F3Z file, first upload it to one of your projects in the Fusion 360 Data panel (Upload). In the Job Status window, you can follow the process of incremental uploading. After all documents of the archive is loaded, the panel will show the main assembly and its individual linked F3D components (models). From there, you can open any of them in the editor.

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See also:
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Tip 13641:How do I restore an accidentally deleted file in Fusion 360?
Tip 13579:Quick local opening of F3D files in Fusion 360.
Tip 13227:Reference Explorer - quick analysis of your project or assembly (file size, xref errors).
Tip 12588:Which CAD formats can be be translated in Fusion 360 even without the cloud, offline?

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