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    Thanks mylilmule! We've added your Quick Change Tool Holder Storage to our Storage and Organization category,
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    Hi,

    I am user "brino" on the other site.

    Great video!
    Thanks for sharing this.

    I wish I felt as comfortable in Fusion-360.

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    Quote Originally Posted by that_other_guy View Post
    Hi,

    I wish I felt as comfortable in Fusion-360.
    You just need to start. To do simple stuff like this, it's not that hard. It's free for educational use and there are many, many, great tutorials on YouTube. Then just grab some object near you, and recreate it in Fusion. Keep it simple, like maybe a pair of dice, or a hammer, or anything really.

    I'm still learning. I need to learn more about joints and how to make things animate. Plus, there's some tools that will run stress analysis on the model. I'm trying to design a job crane for my shop, and found some examples of testing to see how much weight the crane would hold. Then you can adjust the design to make it work. Better than finding out the hard way. LOL



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