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Transfer electronic designs from Tinkercad to Fusion 360.

A - answer Schematic designs and electronic circuit schemes designed and simulated in the Autodesk Tinkercad (Circuits) web application can now be transferred directly to the electronic design environment in Autodesk Fusion 360 (formerly EAGLE). There you can continue to work on them by designing a printed circuit board (PCB), driving a drilling machine, or linking them to a mechanical design and then manufacture it using the CAM tools or 3D printing available in Fusion 360.

In the Tinkercad circuit design environment, next to "Run Simulation" select "Send To" and then click "Autodesk Fusion 360" in the dialog. This will send your electronic design to the electronic design environment in Fusion 360.

As a reminder, Tinkercad is available for free (in multiple languages), Fusion 360 is free for schools, students, hobbyists and startups - see e.g. (also in multiple languages).

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applies to: Tinkercad · Fusion 360 360 ·

See also:
Tip 13402:Which products and features can I use for free with Flex Token licensing?
Tip 11972:How to convert a Tinkercad 3D model to a DWG file?
Tip 11575:What is the Linked account in your Autodesk Account profile?

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