John Wolfe

Retired Navy, Retired Civilian, Active Woodworker
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Personal Use License

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I read the thread that was posted about 8 months ago concerning the limitations that have been placed on Fusion 360 personal edition. I just downloaded it today after purchasing Brandon's course, only to find out I'm limited to 10 editable projects and unlimited read-only projects. That's a deal breaker for me. Is there a workaround for this, such as taking a project to completion then making it read-only, or am I going to have to stick with sketchup? I'm not paying $60/month for the limited amount of work I do, not to mention all the time I would have to invest in learning the program. Heck, I just might end up using all my editable projects just learning the program!

It seems like everyone wants a piece of my retirement check these days.

Hello From Texas

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My name is John and I'm a hobby woodworker. I'm retired and have a nice size shop of my own. I'm pretty adept at Sketchup and use it to plan out all my projects, but I've heard from other woodworkers that Fusion 360 has definite advantages over Sketchup...so that's why I'm here. It took me quite a while to learn Sketchup so I'm under no illusion that 360 is going to be any different. I look forward to seeing what it can do.