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« on: March 26, 2021, 10:04:35 10:04 »

I have been doing "hobby/ learn" design using Fusion 360 untill recent past, however after the new licencing scheme my subscriptions are showing Expired, and cannot get it to subscribe again. At present i do not have School or Uni registration. I tried to re-register as a hobby, but haven't had any luck with it either.

I have been enjoying designing and learning with Fusion 360 for years. Is there any other way i can get it up and running?
Appreciate your advice. 
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« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2021, 02:35:45 14:35 »

It is Free so much so, I can't see any cracks for Fusion 360.
looks like Autocad have removed the need to have anyone crack free software.

you need to do a deep reg clean. then install again.
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« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2021, 06:56:25 18:56 »

I am also facing same thing. please advice alternative for fusion 360
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« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2021, 07:31:50 19:31 »

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« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2021, 07:45:58 19:45 »

I am looking for simple 3d printer (Anycubic X) and desktop cnc 6040 application. I am not expert.

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« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2021, 08:47:27 20:47 »

I migrated from onShape to f360 after onShape messed up their licences, then I moved from f360 to FreeCAD after f360 messed up their licences. FreeCAD is awesome, bit of a learning curve but it really gets the job done... I do a lot of 3d designs for both cnc milling, cnc lathe and 3d printing and I'm happier with FreeCAD than I ever was with F360

You can find interesting discussion on duet3d forum about migrating from F360 to FreeCAD

Also here is a rather good video about "is it worth learning freecad" worth watching. I originally used LightWave and XSI back in the day, then moved to Creo, VariCAD and SolidWorks and FreeCAD works great for me. It has some quirks but you get used to them quickly
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« Reply #6 on: June 10, 2021, 02:12:56 02:12 »

I have been doing "hobby/ learn" design using Fusion 360 untill recent past, however after the new licencing scheme my subscriptions are showing Expired, and cannot get it to subscribe again. At present i do not have School or Uni registration. I tried to re-register as a hobby, but haven't had any luck with it either.

I have been enjoying designing and learning with Fusion 360 for years. Is there any other way i can get it up and running?
Appreciate your advice. 

How to renew a start up/personal license for Fusion 360

https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/fusion-360/learn-explore/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/How-to-renew-your-hobbyist-enthusiast-license-for-Fusion-360.html

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« Reply #7 on: February 23, 2022, 06:13:25 06:13 »

I migrated from onShape to f360 after onShape messed up their licences, then I moved from f360 to FreeCAD after f360 messed up their licences. FreeCAD is awesome, bit of a learning curve but it really gets the job done... I do a lot of 3d designs for both cnc milling, cnc lathe and 3d printing and I'm happier with FreeCAD than I ever was with F360

You can find interesting discussion on duet3d forum about migrating from F360 to FreeCAD

Also here is a rather good video about "is it worth learning freecad" worth watching. I originally used LightWave and XSI back in the day, then moved to Creo, VariCAD and SolidWorks and FreeCAD works great for me. It has some quirks but you get used to them quickly


Interesting... I was a Softimage user for a long time.. after that AD (AUTODESK) killed it!. anyway, I don't like AD... I switch to Blender.. and other free open-source software. In my opinion, free 3d software has a big problem. we can't use it for large projects...
FreeCad is so nice and every day going to be better than in past.
but big companies use SOLIDWORKS, Autodesk Inventor, Fusion 360 and so...
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« Reply #8 on: February 23, 2022, 08:18:30 08:18 »

you can never trust moody open source crap for serious projects.

open crap projects are all about developers getting attention by big companies to hire them, later the repo is closed coz the dev has no time.. or the dev wants money to fix their own crap... so big companies seek a decent project with support.
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« Reply #9 on: February 23, 2022, 09:34:34 09:34 »

i know of a software i would never ever buy and it is closed source and if i as a hobbyist have issues with it on whenever i use it i just wonder how aggravated a professionall user
would using it on a daily basis all the frustration and stress would not be fun at all.

just to say opes source is crap for big projects because this or that is sort not really an answer.

there is bad software in both places open and closed source, but software that is very expensive and developers not relly fixing bugs just adding bells and whistles and
changing the interface of it and say look what we have done with this new version when there are more inportant things to address, and making new version of the software to
justify upgrade money, while known issues in the old nor new has not been fixed. saying we dont support the old version no more. and even release software with severe bugs that
shouldn't have been released in the first place.

i just wonder what gadgets we all got that have a need to be restarted on a regular basis for some reason or another and it is closed source.

i just wonder if you really know how much software around you is open source without even realizing it. and runs pretty darn well.

we can beat this horse to death and still not come to conclusion of it.
many companies today are just pushing to the limit to make as much money they can possibly get with as little work/loss as possible.

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the more you learn, the lesser you get to understand. is it then good know alot but not understand what you know or.......
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« Reply #10 on: February 25, 2022, 08:46:52 08:46 »

you can never trust moody open source crap for serious projects.

open crap projects are all about developers getting attention by big companies to hire them, later the repo is closed coz the dev has no time.. or the dev wants money to fix their own crap... so big companies seek a decent project with support.

@metal,

I don't agree with some of what you say and really maybe you had a bad day but I feel that I have to say "my 2 cents":

- "moody open source crap" - you have to understand that `open source` does not mean that it just happen, it falls from the skies. Some people work on it in the limited time they have and people have lives, problems of their own and so on. Sometime you have the mood to use your free time and donate it, some time you do not. And what is `crap` to you maybe gold for someone else so I think you overreach.

- "repo is closed coz the dev has no time" - with the availability of free cloud storage for projects (and more) like github, bitbucket and so on, closing a repository is indeed something not OK.
But for most of the time, even for the "dead" projects, you can still find projects after years.
And that mean that you can start working on them yourself if you feel the need. [I actually did that when I found an open-source software that I was really in need of but it was no longer maintained].
And if the developer has no time then... it's up to him/her isn't it?
It's his life just like you have your own to decide what to do. This is why paying for a software when doing a job and making money out if it, is the right way because a company that sells software it is also paying a lot of programmers to do daily work, for at least 8 hours or so, to improve that software.

- "getting attention by big companies to hire them". I agree that for some it is true, especially for the professionals. But some others who are just doing it for hobby without working as a programmer are not in the same category (I am not a programmer by trade, so I know what I am talking). So it is not a general thing.

- "or the dev wants money to fix their own crap". Asking for money when doing open-source is crap. It is no longer open-source but a scam.
Adding a donation link which let people contribute somehow is another thing because then people are free to ignore it. And believe me: 99.99% of people are ignoring it. Even if it is to donate as low as one dollar.
Which is OK but it just show the trend: most open-source software users are, as @pickit2 will say it, leeches.
They will not report bugs, they will not help test, they will not donate, they will just have demands. Like you, the developer, are just some kind of a slave bound to a 'software' lamp and you `have to` pop-up when summoned. Again, I know what I am talking.
As for what money can do to an open-source software.... Well... Look at where KiCAD is right now. Mind-blowing.

Regarding FreeCAD. It is an amazing software. People who did not did programming in CAD/CAM software have no idea of how much time is spent to add just a tiny feature. Hours, days, weeks even... We should all be grateful to those guys that are behind this software. I used this software for my hobby projects and could create projects in no time. It can have some performance penalties but... it does the job.

PS: https://liberapay.com/FreeCAD [I'm not part of the team so don't shoot Smiley ]
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