How do you scale an entire assembly in Fusion 360?

How do you scale an object in Fusion 360?

From the Modify menu, click Scale.



Note: The mesh can be scaled non-uniformly as well by selecting the drop-down for Scale Type.

  1. Select the entity to be scaled and enter a Scale Factor.
  2. Click OK to finish scaling.
  3. If design history is enabled, leave the mesh workspace by clicking Finish Mesh in the toolbar.

How do you access preferences in Fusion 360?

To open the preferences, left-click your name in the top right corner of Fusion 360 and select Preferences.

How do you calculate scale factor?

The basic formula to find the scale factor of a figure is: Scale factor = Dimensions of the new shape ÷ Dimensions of the original shape. This can also be used to calculate the dimensions of the new figure or the original figure by simply substituting the values in the same formula.

How do you make components smaller in Fusion 360?

You cannot edit a linked component in the top-level design. Instead, open this component in a separate tab, and you should be able to Extrude/Cut it to whatever size you want. Another alternative is to select the linked component, right click, and choose “Break Link”.

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