Fusion 360 – Fusion Hub

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One of the advantages of Fusion 360 when it comes to managing your data is that it is in a central location on the Cloud. The storage space or server where you will store all your information is a called a Hub. So how does this Hub get created?

When you install Fusion 360 for the first time, you will be prompted to either create or join an existing Fusion Hub. As it is your first time using Fusion 360, at this point you will want to create a Hub and name it to your company or something similar to identify you and your work. This Hub should also be created by the administrator or person who is responsible for the data. This is important as if you let your users create the initial Hub they might unintentionally become the owner of the company data and with that you might not have access to your own company’s data.

The other issue that you might come across if everyone creates their own hub is that the data is not shared and you will not be able to collaborate with your colleagues.

One of the best ways to prevent this from happening is once you have created your initial Hub for the company, you invite users to the Hub BEFORE you assign the Fusion 360 subscription. This method will be the safest to ensure that you do not have to merge or consolidate multiple Hubs later on.

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