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Printing at 1:1 scale with Fusion360 Browser Access

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mdooley
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Printing at 1:1 scale with Fusion360 Browser Access

I am having students draw Balsa wood bridges on a 1:1 scale in order to build and test the bridges.  We are using Fusion360 Browser Access on Chromebooks.  How can I print/plot from Fusion360 Browser Access on a 1:1 scale?  I have looked through the forum and haven't found what I need.  Thanks in advance.

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kellings
in reply to: mdooley

Hi @mdooley This is now pretty easily done when Fusion is installed on the physical computer you are using. It is also possible to do using Fusion Online, but the workflow is slightly different. 

 

Have a look at this article for the different ways to print from scale. There is a section toward the end on how to print to scale from Fusion Team. 

 

Fusion 360 Calibrating 1:1 Prints – Clint Brown

 

Thanks,

 

Kevin

Kevin Ellingson
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dan.banach
in reply to: mdooley

Hi @mdooley 

To add onto Kevin's suggestion. With the Nov. 28th update, we added the ability to print a drawing to scale. Here is a link to an article that explains the new Print Controls.

Hope this helps.

-Dan



Dan Banach
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mdooley
in reply to: mdooley

Just for clarity, under the File button, Print is not a visible option, and View Detail on Web is ghosted out.

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dan.banach
in reply to: mdooley

Hi @mdooley 

When I log into Fusion online, I see the Print option as shown in the following image. Can you please post a screen capture of what you see? Note, since there is no hard drive, you may be better off following Kevin's suggestion about printing from Fusion Team.

Thanks,

-Dan

danbanach_0-1670023005256.png

 



Dan Banach
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mdooley
in reply to: dan.banach

[image: screenshot-fusion.online.autodesk.com-2022.12.04-19_34_42.png]
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kellings
in reply to: mdooley

Apologies @mdooley but it appears your screen shot didn't upload properly. Can you try to post it again please? 

 

Thank you,

 

Kevin

Kevin Ellingson
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mdooley
in reply to: kellings

screenshot-fusion.online.autodesk.com-2022.12.05-09_01_13 (1).png

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kellings
in reply to: mdooley

Thanks for re-uploading the image. 

 

Did you have any luck following the latter part of the link I posted last week on how to print from Fusion Team to do this? Will that method work for you? 

 

Thanks,

 

Kevin

Kevin Ellingson
Technical Specialist

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dan.banach
in reply to: mdooley

Hi @mdooley 

Thanks for the screen capture. Looks like you're in the Design workspace, and you cannot print from this workspace. To print, open or create a new drawing.

If needed, you capture an image from the Design workspace.

 

Does this help?

-Dan

danbanach_0-1670257557875.png

 



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