How do you duplicate a body in Fusion 360?

How do you duplicate on Fusion 360?

To copy and paste a sketch into another sketch, perform the following:

  1. Select the sketch entities to be copied (either left-click or window select).
  2. Right-click and select Copy.
  3. Click to deselect the copied entities. …
  4. Edit Sketch or Create Sketch so that sketch mode is active.
  5. Right-click and select Paste.

How do you make a body in Fusion 360?

Whenever you create a 2D sketch in Fusion 360 and then extrude it into a 3D shape, you automatically create a body. The keyword about a body is that it has to be continuous. Take a cube and cut it in half, and you now have two bodies.

What is the difference between components and bodies?

Components are the building blocks that make up assemblies, and a body is one of the elements that make up a component. Each component contains one or more bodies, as well as its own set of origin planes, sketches, construction geometry, joints, and other elements.

What is the difference between a body and a component in Fusion 360?

Components have their own origin planes, whereas bodies do not. We established earlier that components are parts in Fusion 360 that can have motion relationships with one and another. This is made possible due to them having their own origin planes.

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