📌 The .F3Z data pattern is distinguished as a Zip-encoded archive applied by Autodesk Fusion 360, a 3D mechanics and industrial CAD design applet. Specifically, the .F3Z arrangement consists of one or several .F3D Fusion 3D compound design parts along with a range of several .JSON items including data regarding the manifest and the outcome designs. As a practical experience witnesses, .F3Z objects typically serve for sharing, distributing and exchanging ready-made Fusion 360 designs that reference other peculiar design instance objects. The .F3Z extension specification is broadly supported by Fusion 360 package. In order to open the requested file, pick “Upload” option from the Fusion 360 Data toolbar and select the predefined .F3Z node. In the outcome, the contents of the requested file item will be loaded in Fusion 360, representing the main assembly layout in the panel with the suggested .F3D designs, permitting you to smoothly adjust, open, and review them in a clear and transparent approach. Besides, the .F3Z elements can be generated from scratch by navigating to File -> Export… item in the primary Fusion 360 menu and selecting the desired .F3Z archive definition basement under Type subcategory.
📌 The .F3Z element basement can be opened, extracted and retrieved with the involvement of Autodesk Fusion 360 suite, supported by a solid arsenal of desktop and mobile architectures, including macOS, Android, and iOS. As long as the overall technology is based on the plain Zip compression, the .F3Z elements can be decompressed using an external third-party desktop archiver, such as WInRAR, WinZip, or 7-Zip. The owners of macOS computers will consider it reasonable to experiment with the Apple Archive Utility package. In order to unpackage the data from .F3Z archive, you are recommended to simply rename the .F3Z-covered tagged label to .ZIP value and purely decompress it as an ordinary .ZIP container. After the contents of the proper .F3Z composition are uncovered, you would be able to process the embedded F3D Fusion 3D design file, a JSON file describing the conclusive branch manifest and a JSON entry explicitly describing the outward design of the proper .F3Z object. When you are done with that, it is possible to backwards convert the data to .F3Z-embraced instance by compressing the source file data into .ZIP archive and renaming the format marker back to .F3Z value.