In Inventor Fusion, the browser presents an organized view of the data in your design.
In Inventor Fusion, the browser presents an organized view of the data in your design. Objects selected in the browser are selected in the graphics and vice-versa. You can create new component instances in the browser. Bodies can be dragged or copied and pasted from one component to another.
1 Toggle Favorites Folder
2 Toggle Information Panel
3 Child Component Node
4 Body Node
5 Feature Node
6 Pattern Node
7 Occurrence Node
8 Information Panel
The blue node in the browser denotes the active component in your design. By double-clicking the component icon you can change the active component. This is important when creating new sketches, work features and features. All new objects that you create belong to the active component.
In Inventor Fusion, the model information is readily available. The browser includes an information panel for each node, which you can switch on or off. Pause the cursor over a component, body, feature, pattern, or occurrence to view information about it.
Create New Component Instances
Right-click the top-level Document node and select New Component from the context menu to create a child component under the document. Similarly,right-click any component node and select New Component from the context menu to create a child component under the selected component.
Additional Browser Functionality
Select Isolate Component to hide all but the selected component (UnIsolate Component redisplays the hidden components).
Use the Favorites folder to group frequently referenced components, bodies, features, and patterns.
Cut/Copy and Paste bodies from one component to another, or across documents.
Delete components, bodies, and features.