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Auto-insert Dimensions onto drawing

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Auto-insert Dimensions onto drawing

This thread is old. Perhaps you've added a button to auto-insert dimensions onto drawings...I'm only allowed to use F360, not inventor or true view.  I need it inside F360 to get printable sheets of actionable dimensioning for manual machining and checking parts, because, I'm doing it manually for a bunch of one-offs and I always miss something.


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Fusion 360 does not have an Auto-Dimension feature in its Drawing environment.  If you have trouble leaving off dimensions, I suggest, when you finish the drawing, put it down and a while later pick it up and ask yourself "Can I make this part from the information on this drawing?"

"If you find my answer solved your question, please select the Accept Solution icon"

John Hackney

Beyond the Drafting Board

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in reply to: jhackney1972

Seems like a rude response to a question a lot of people are asking. A simple "we're working on it" or "we won't be adding this function to Fusion 360" is probably more productive than criticizing human error.

So, made any progress on this?
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in reply to: buckfeero


Please note that @jhackney1972 like myself and many others, are not employees of Autodesk and therefore cannot make the statements you might expect.
Even if we were, you should endeavour to use appropriate words.




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in reply to: g-andresen

@g-andresen Are you able to answer the question or are you also here just to criticize?  However you perceive tone, it seems you too are unable to effectively answer this inquiry without continuing the thread of insults.

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in reply to: buckfeero

I'm with you, what a stupid response to a genuine question.

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in reply to: genepaton


Can you File>Export your *.f3d or *.f3z file to your local drive and then Attach it here to a Reply?

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