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Cannot snap to objects when sketching in Fusion 360

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Message 1 of 23
Anonymous
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Cannot snap to objects when sketching in Fusion 360

This is the support article for all demotivated users. It can also probably relate to the recovery of applications in some topics. https://www.autodesk.com/support/technical/article/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/Cannot-snap-to-obj... 

Also, please follow the related subjects in the:

  • See Also:
    How to wrap a 2D sketch onto a surface in Autodesk Fusion 360
    Projected lines
    How to project geometry onto a Sketch
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Message 2 of 23
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: Anonymous

@Anonymous 

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

 

Mash p on your keyboard for Project.

Message 3 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

Yes. I can.

 

Message 4 of 23
davebYYPCU
in reply to: Anonymous

I would consider that model to be finished.  What is it you would like to do in that sketch?

 

P for Project is unlikely to be what you want, (needs a 2d sketch)

Project > Include 3d geometry is for 3d sketches.

 

Might help....

Message 5 of 23
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: Anonymous

@Anonymous 

Examine the Attached file...

TheCADWhisperer_0-1688988841685.png

 

Message 6 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

@Anonymous - this post has been edited due to Community Rules & Etiquette violation.

 

@TheCADWhisperer I could just tell from the screen shot it's a loft.

Message 7 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

@davebYYPCU Can you please make up your mind, if you are actively replying to this post or not?

Message 8 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

@TheCADWhisperer @davebYYPCU 

Well, I done this before. Today is July 12, 2023. Let's start this topic again.

How about working out an example for something like this.

Because I already feel like this topic is starting to smell exactly like a mcintosh. 

That sounds great. Can you upload a model like that?

Generation-of-geodesic-structures-a-Regular-icosahedron-20-faces-b-f-Geodesic

manachinov_0-1689201758467.jpeg

 

Message 9 of 23
davebYYPCU
in reply to: Anonymous

No.

I have no idea what your question was about.

Message 10 of 23
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: Anonymous


@Anonymous wrote:

@TheCADWhisperer  do you speak English dude. Are you stupid? 



@Anonymous wrote:

Generation-of-geodesic-structures-a-Regular-icosahedron-20-faces


 

@Anonymous 

 

Examine the Attached file...

TheCADWhisperer_0-1689208818344.png

 

Geometry 101.

Enjoy!  

@Anonymous 

Edit: I made one mistake that caused not to update with change in dimension.  Tomorrow I will post corrected geometry if you don't figure it out.

Message 11 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

@TheCADWhisperer no, bro. 'I'm going to barely snap's.

And, the other five as well. All the way to iso 0.9997

Message 12 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

@TheCADWhisperer just in case you're not familiar with me. I don't want a repeat of the same thing from 2019. Biking and bikinis is my life. How about you do the model? Please. I'm sure it's possible with the law and Balsamic and Vandamme(not the actor)

Message 13 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

@TheCADWhisperer @davebYYPCU By the way who ever reclined the comments according to etiquette is definitely an internet 'troll' and will get banned fired eventually.

Message 14 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

@TheCADWhisperer @davebYYPCU as a matter a fact he won't stand next to a computer for the rest of his miserable amusement 

Message 15 of 23
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: Anonymous


@Anonymous wrote:

@TheCADWhisperer just in case you're not familiar with me. I don't want a repeat of the same thing from 2019. 


@Anonymous 

Do you have a link to the reference?

I must admit that I do not understand your problem description.

Can you elaborate on your issue?

Message 16 of 23
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: Anonymous


@Anonymous wrote:

 'I'm going to barely snap's.


What does this mean?

Is English your native language?

If the answer is no, try posting your problem description in your native language and I can use Google Translate.

Message 17 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

@TheCADWhisperer CAN YOU ALSO EXPLAIN WHAT THIS SKETCH IS ALL ABOUT AND WHAT DO THE CONSTRAINS CORESPOND?

manachinov_0-1689289904603.png

 

Message 18 of 23
Anonymous
in reply to: Anonymous

@TheCADWhisperer @davebYYPCU In any case. Today is July 13th 2023. It's Thursday. I really need the 6th Generation of geodesic. Even better if I get all 6 generations. Please.

Message 19 of 23
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: Anonymous


@Anonymous wrote:

@TheCADWhisperer CAN YOU ALSO EXPLAIN WHAT THIS SKETCH IS ALL ABOUT AND WHAT DO THE CONSTRAINS CORESPOND?


Sketch4 is a Polygon 

TheCADWhisperer_0-1689294008042.png

... more specifically a >>Pentagon<<.

 

It is tied to previous geometry with Coincident constraints.

TheCADWhisperer_0-1689295158932.png

 

I made one little mistake in that changing the d1 dimension size the model does not update correctly.

I can fix this if you need for me to show you how.  Just let me know if you can't figure it out.

Message 20 of 23
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: Anonymous


@Anonymous wrote:

I would literally slap you into a desk.


I don't understand what this means.

I have never heard that phrase before?

Do you have a picture or link to a reference?

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