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Model disappeared after making a drawing

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steven.willis1961
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Model disappeared after making a drawing

After creating a new drawing from a model, I go back to the modeling tab and my model is not visible. It's as though the bodies are hidden, but they are not. The browser tree on the left is all that is visible. The 3D cube on the upper right is not there as well. I have hit the "Fit window", and the model still does not appear. The only way I can get my model to appear is to shut down Fusion and restart it. After I restart Fusion, my model appears, then as soon as I open the associated drawing and go back to the model tab, the model, origin and 3D cube does not appear again. If I open up a different model, then open up a drawing for a drawing that is not associated with the model, the model disappears again. then any model in any project that I open up, none of the models are visible. Again, the only way I can get the model or models to appear is to shut down Fusion and restart it. I noticed that when I started Fusion that the little icon to the left of the name of the model, does not show. You can see it in one of the pics I attached. It seems to have started doing this after the last update. Maybe it's coincidence.

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Please attach your problem Model only.  Open in Fusion 360, select the File menu, Export and save to your hard drive and attach it to a reply post.


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John Hackney
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Beyond the Drafting Board


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Here you go. Thanks

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I checked your model and create a 2D Drawing from it without issue.  I DO NOT lose the model when opening or viewing the 2D Drawing or any other drawing files.  I believe you are experiencing a graphic issue.  I would recommend updating your graphic card drivers and also trying to use a different Fusion 360 graphic driver.  Please note, Fusion 360 will have to restart between graphic driver switches.

 

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John Hackney
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Beyond the Drafting Board


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