If paper had been involved I would have gone through reams of it to get here. A simple two piece thing and it has kicked my butt for days. I have started over from scratch several times. It makes me have a deep respect for those who can do complex assembles parametrically.
I can’t promise you can’t break this model but I have been testing it and using reasonable numbers it is not breaking for me now.
Wonderful. It’s so worth it in the end to use 3D design programs. I know that when I finally got the basics of OnShape down, it made a big difference in my ability to think in differently dimensions for design. It’s one of the things that pushed me over into by a 3D printer. Until I couldn’t design for it, it really wasn’t worth getting.
I rarely get all my sketches to turn into black lines. I pay for it later though.
I tried and failed many times to figure them out. When I finally did, it was so easy. But it’s like 3D design. You are thinking in different dimensions. Same thing for me with cross tab queries in Access. It took me a while to think them through.
Yeah the drawings that are part of Fusion 360 projects do not get included when you share a 3D model, however you can invite users to use your projects collaboratively and then they have access to the drawings as well, but then you need have other users provide their email so you can invite them.
At least you can give access to only certain projects so invited users will not have access to everything in your account.