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I can't find the automated modeling button

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Message 1 of 11
anacbs
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I can't find the automated modeling button

Earlier today I accidentally hid the automated modeling button under design. I've been trying to find ways to unhide it but I cant. I've tried resetting the toolbar customization but it won't appear again. Thanks for yall's help!

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Message 2 of 11
jhackney1972
in reply to: anacbs

Video will show you how to retrieve the command to your menu.


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Message 3 of 11
anacbs
in reply to: jhackney1972

Thank you for your help, that's going to help so much in the future. However, for some reason, the automated modeling wont show up. Did I somehow remove Automated modeling from my fusion? I attached a picture so you can see.screen shot of fusion.jpg

Message 4 of 11
jhackney1972
in reply to: anacbs

I cannot say for sure what you did, because it is your computer.  One thing you can surely do is use the Fusion 360 Service Utility to restore your application.  Take a look at this link, I would try the Reset option first, if that does not fix it, get more drastic and Uninstall and then Reinstall Fusion 360. 


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Message 5 of 11
anacbs
in reply to: jhackney1972

that worked! thank you so much!
Message 6 of 11

I tried to reset, then uninstall, reinstall, but not worked for me.

Previously i had personal license, but in my new job the company linked the purchased licenses to my account.

Mainly I use Inventor and the first licence what I got contains only the inventor and Vault, but I would like to play with the automated design and generative design in Fusion 360.

So after I got an extended licence and all the purchased products appeared in my profile, I installed Fusion 360.

Every functionality is accessible which is in the subscription, except the Automated Design button 🙂

 

Message 7 of 11
d_k_h_andersen
in reply to: anacbs

I have the same issue. 'Automated modeling' is nowhere to be found. When I google it I find that it should be available even in the free personal use subscription, which is the one I have. 

Did you solve the issue @anacbs ?

Message 8 of 11

Automated Modeling, according to the Fusion 360 Help Pages, is only available to Fusion 360 Subscription and Educational Licenses.

 

Automated Modeling.jpg

Message 9 of 11

Just to clarify - since English is not my native language - it only counts
as a subscription if you are paying for it? It might be inherent in the
term, but I would call a free license a subscription as well..
Message 10 of 11

I am answering you using my other Autodesk ID.  Yes, by having a Fusion 360 Subscription License means you have purchased it.


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John Hackney
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Message 11 of 11

Thank you for answering that! 🙂

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