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Section view freezes Fusion

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thomas.ziemann
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Section view freezes Fusion

Hi everyone,

 

For the last roughly two months I have been experiencing regular freezes when working with section view. I found a support article (https://www.autodesk.com/support/technical/article/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/Fusion-360-crashes...) which seems to discuss something similar, but related to complex models where creating the section will take a long time, freeze or crash. By contrast, in my case, the section view is created easily and instantly and I can move around, zoom in and out freely - until it suddenly freezes for several minutes, with Fusion pegged at 66% of my 16 core CPU. This happens seemingly randomly every few minutes while using sections views, even with simple designs consisting of two bodies made up from a handful of extrusions and chamfers.

 

I was hoping an update would fix it, but there have been at least two updates since I started noticing it and there has been no improvement.

 

 

Has noone else observed this? Is there anything about my machine/fusion setup which could be triggering this? Since it is not a crash (Fusion starts responding again after a few minutes) I do not have crash reports. I would be grateful for any help with this annoying problem.

 

Best regards,

Thomas Ziemann

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Phil.E
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Is it possible for you to share the model with me? Is it more than one design, and if yes, are the designs similar? 

 

Sharing a link, attaching the design, or sending me a DM are ways you can share if possible. Glad to test it out.





Phil Eichmiller
Software Engineer
Quality Assurance
Autodesk, Inc.


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