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CPEProjE
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Removing an Assembly Constraint in Fusion

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09-25-2013 08:18 AM

AI Fusion 2013/360 Forum,

 

Ho do I remove assembly constraints in Fusion without having to delete inserted components?

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Phil.E
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Re: Removing an Assembly Constraint in Fusion

10-03-2013 03:30 PM in reply to: CPEProjE

For Inventor Fusion 2013: Find the Constraints folder in the browser and expand it. Right click on listed constraint, use Delete.

 

For Fusion 360: Find the Joints folder in the browser and expand it. Right click on listed Joint, use Delete.

 

This is pretty standard for anything that gets listed in the browser. By showing model items of all kinds in the browser, such as bodies, components, sketches, etc., Fusion gives you a convenient place to perform actions on these items, such as delete, copy, visibility, etc. In complex models it can be easier to use the browser for selections.

 

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Feel free to ask more questions, we're always glad to help. Otherwise, please mark this with Accept as Solution so that other users can benefit from it.



Phil Eichmiller
Software QA Engineer
Fusion Quality Assurance Team
Autodesk, Inc.

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