1. Open an elevated command prompt (Start – type cmd – right click Run as Administrator)
  2. @powershell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy unrestricted -Command “iex ((new-object net.webclient).DownloadString(‘https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1’))” && SET PATH=%PATH%;%ALLUSERSPROFILE%chocolateybin
  3. choco install autodesk-fusion360
  4. It will be installed somewhere like this:
  5. If any problems (missing shortcuts etc), you can go here and directly re-run the installer:
  6. Upon opening, it should login to your Autodesk account and give you access to your files on Autodesk 360

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choco install CADConverter(to easily convert DWG to PDF and more)
choco install freecad

    1. You can access and join the tech preview here
    2. Login with your Autodesk account
    3. Accept terms and conditions (notice that Fusion is mentioned here…)
    4. Go to your email and click on the confirmation link
    5. You will also get an email with a myhub link
    6. Create a Project
    7. Click Upload
    8. If the file is something that Autodesk 360 Viewer can handle, just go to Data and then click on the uploaded files thumbnail – the viewer should load

    I tried uploading a Revit file and it was very smooth to navigate. You can click on the toolbar at the bottom and show model structure (3 squares in a tree view), or click on the gears and turn on the ViewCube.

    Just for the fun of it, I uploaded and viewed this model:

    With features for team communication and wiki, it is obvious that Autodesk 360 intends to be more than just a file sharing and viewing tool.

    Tech Preview page

    Scott’s post (with lots of insight on DWF and Design Review):


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