How to import the model to Fusion 360?

How to import the models of the direct files, such as Rhino(.3dm), SketchUp(.skp) or others to Fusion 360?

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I have successfully imported the following files: .STEP / .stp / .ipt / .sat / .iam but neither of the two you mentioned. Upload the file from the Data Panel. After upload, it should show up as a thumbnail, right click on it & then 'open'. History mode will be disabled but there's a workaround on youtube (https://youtu.be/H-N1LZufT_o). Good luck.

Answered with a tutorial: https://grabcad.com/tutorials/how-to-import-the-model-to-fusion-360

 
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unfortunately those then to be local to the application that you're making them in, and have lots of data that only needs to be used by That program. So, you would normally Export a file in a more universal format, not just save as the .blender or .sketchup format. That said, it's best to save in those formats while working on the file, it's usually safer and more stable, export once you're ready to take it to something else.. like here ;)

 
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you can easily open files in fusion 360 just follow this

Use locally installed translators to open files (these methods will work while in offline mode): Use the New Design from File command in the file drop down menu. This command supports file formats: Autodesk Fusion 360 Archive Files (*.f3d)

 
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