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upload a new tool library to fusion 360 on a chrome book laptop

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jveger
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upload a new tool library to fusion 360 on a chrome book laptop

When attempting to upload a new tool library from a USB flash drive to Fusion 360 on a Chrome Book Laptop, the USB does not appear to upload from.

 

SUGGESTIONS?????

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kellings
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Hi @jveger. Make sure you have cloud libraries enabled in your preferences on the manufacture heading. 

Then you can go to login.autodesk360.com and sign in with your Autodesk account. You should see a folder called Assets. Inside the Assets folder will be a CAMtools folder. Go to that folder and then upload your tool library through the web browser. 

When you switch back to Fusion, that tool library should now appear under the cloud section of the tool libraries heading in Fusion. 

Let me know if that does the trick for you please. 

Kevin Ellingson
Technical Specialist

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jveger
in reply to: kellings

The students' chrome books do not show a cloud choice for uploading the
tool library.
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kellings
in reply to: jveger

You will first need to go to preferences and then enable cloud libraries.

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Once you do that, open the web browser and got to login.autodesk360.com and sign in to the Autodesk Account.

 

Once you are logged in, look for the Assets Folder.

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Double click Assets and you will then see a list of folders. Double click the CAMTools folder

CamTools0.png

Double click CAMTtools and you will see an an upload button. Click the upload button and upload your tool library.

CAMToolsUpload0.png

CAMToolsUpload0.png

 

Now when you switch to Fusion in Chrome, that library that was uploaded should appear under the Cloud tool library section. 

 

Kevin

 

Kevin Ellingson
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