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Fusion 360 Class Tracks for Autodesk University 2014

Whether you’re a first timer at Autodesk University or you have been there forty eight times before, determining which classes are the best fit for you can still be a challenge.  We have taken the liberty of trying to ease this pain for you by suggesting class tracks based on your Fusion 360 skill level and interests.  Below you will find the schedules for 5 different tracks: Intro Design, Advanced Design, CAM for Fusion, Business and Education.  Does that mean you have to take all of these classes? No!  But they are certainly a great starting point for you to build your week around.  Take a look, see what sounds interesting and have a great time at Autodesk University!

 

Intro Design Track: This selection of classes would be the ones you should be attend if you are new to Fusion 360 or looking to get as much “hands-on” time with the software as possible.  Here you’ll find a lot of getting started classes, as well as some deeper dives into specific environments in the software such as visualization.

 

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Advanced Design Track:  If you have been using Fusion 360 for some time and would like to learn more about advanced features such as CAM, Visualization, A360 collaboration and API then this track is for you.  Not only will you learn about some of the features and environments outside of modeling and sculpting, but you will also learn about how Fusion 360 can work with other products such as Revit.

 

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CAM Design Track:  This route is for the subtractive manufacturers out there!  It includes hands on labs using CAM for Fusion, lectures showing you the ins and outs, as well as a dash of using Fusion 360 for the designing of your parts.  If tool paths are what you need, take a look at these classes.

 

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Business Track:  Here’s a combination of Fusion 360 training to grow your up and coming business.  This track offers you 4 courses tied to startups, hurdles that they encounter, and how to grow your company from an idea to a success.  In addition to learning the business side, you will get your fair share of Fusion 360 as well!

 

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Education Track: If you’re an educator and looking to get Fusion 360 into the classroom (college, high school, middle school, wherever!), these classes will give you an idea on where to start and how to grow your curriculum.  Not just Fusion 360, but manufacturing in the classroom and other tools to make your class a success.

 

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Sign up for these classes today, and look for these class tracks to show up on your Autodesk University app when you get to AU.  Again, you don’t have to take all of these classes in each track.  Pick and choose what is of interest to you, but these are a good starting point for those who don’t know where to begin.  Please let me know if you have any questions by reaching out to me directly at james.herzing@autodesk.com or on Twitter @MrSimulationRks.  I look forward to seeing you all at Autodesk University; it’s just around the corner!

 

James

 

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