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How to run Fusion 360 in a web browser? (URL)

A - answer The CAD/CAM/CAE cloud application Autodesk Fusion 360 is by default run as a classic desktop executable for 64-bit versions of Windows or MacOS. You can invoke it by a standard desktop icon on your OS or from the context menu "Edit on Desktop" in your Fusion Team document manager.

The Fusion 360 version running inside a web browser (currently in preview/beta - 5/2017) can be run by beta-invited users from the context menu in Fusion Team resp. from A360 MyHub. On a Fusion document, click on the arrow icon and from the local menu choose "Edit in Browser". A new web window will be opened on the domain web.fusion.autodesk.com. Do not forget to enable pop-up windows in your web browser. For new designs use the "New" button and then "Fusion Design".

A red dot (and the username) will be displayed next to a Fusion document currently edited by another user.

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See also:
Tip 14110:Comparison of speed and CPU core usage in CAM operations of commercial and non-commercial versions of Autodesk Fusion.
Tip 14022:Comparing design versions in Autodesk Fusion.
Tip 13944:Intersection of a 3D spline with a plane in Fusion 360.
Tip 13935:How to get machining data from a thread designed in Fusion?
Tip 13923:Resetting the Data Panel in Autodesk Fusion.


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