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I.e. can I save a model in Fusion 360 that can then be opened in SolidWorks?

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You can export the geometry yes by exporting a STEP (or IGES file which is slightly worse). But not much else, the object will be a black box as it has no construction history. Whether this counts as the model moved over is up to you.

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I use Inventor, but 360 should allow you to export as a step file that you can import into solid works.

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