You asked: How do I unlock a sketch in Fusion 360?

Go to Solution. Make your component selectable (right click component and select “Selectable/Unselectable”), and everything works. The lock symbol on a sketch means it is fully constrained (this is preferable). Also – you should take care of warnings in the timeline.

Why can’t I extrude a sketch Fusion 360?

Enable “Show Profile”:

Right-click on the affected sketch within the timeline or the browser tree. Select “Edit sketch”. Activate “Show Profile” and save the change. Re-test extruding the sketch profile.

When trying to fully define a sketch you can use dimensions or what Fusion 360?

When you are applying your constraints and dimensions, your final goal is to fully define the sketch. This means that the sketch is completely fixed. Fusion 360 indicates this by turning sketch geometry from blue to black.

What does fully constrained mean?

Modifying objects. Undoing and redoing sketching actions. If geometry is controlled such that you cannot change it without redefining the relationships—changing constraints, dimensions, or parameters—the geometry is fully constrained.

How do you fill gaps in Fusion 360?

General Usage Instructions

  1. Press the “Fill Gaps” button in the “Sketch” panel.
  2. Enter a gap width. …
  3. Select the fill or join mode. …
  4. Check the delete double checkbox to delete double lines. …
  5. Check the project geometry checkbox to project the geometry to a new sketch. …
  6. Press “OK” button.
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Why are my lines Blue in Fusion 360?

Blue lines mean that the sketch object is not fully constrained and dimensioned also sometimes referred to as not fully defined. A sketch item will turn from blue to black as soon as it is fully defined.

Why is my sketch locked?

The lock symbol on a sketch means it is fully constrained (this is preferable). Also – you should take care of warnings in the timeline.