So konfigurieren Sie die Steuerelemente für Pan, Zoom und Orbit in Fusion 360 [Update 2023]

Emily Suzuki Emily Suzuki Juni 14, 2023

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Want to use the controls you’re used to from other design tools with Fusion 360? Well, guess what, you can! Learn how to set your zoom, pan, and orbit controls.

Learning new software can be hard, but there are steps we can take to make it easier. So, if you’re exploring Autodesk Fusion 360 but coming from a different design tool, I want to show you something that will help.

If you access your preferences, one significant option you should be aware of is the default pan, zoom, and orbit shortcut controls. You can easily minimize your learning curve by using the pan, zoom, and orbit controls from your past software (like SolidWorks or Inventor) instead of the default Fusion 360 settings.


That said, should you choose to learn the default Fusion 360 controls, I can almost guarantee they’ll become second nature in no time. To start learning how to pan, zoom, and orbit in Fusion 360, watch the video below:

Here’s a quick recap of what mouse controls look like across Fusion 360 and different tools, like SolidWorks, Inventor, and PowerMill:

Fusion 360


Inventor (Windows only)




Note: The PowerMill preset uses its own Default Orbit type.

When in doubt, or if you ever find yourself unable to find your model, double click the mouse wheel button, which will ‘zoom to fit.’

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