Are you new to Fusion 360 software or are you an Inventor user looking to make the switch to Fusion 360? If so, this is the class for you. We will be focusing on the 2 methods that Fusion 360 uses to design a multiple-component assembly. Additionally, you will learn how to incorporate motion into this design once you've fully assembled and constrained it. For you existing Inventor users, we will discuss the similarities and differences to help you make the transition.
- Discover how multicomponent assembly design varies between Fusion 360 and Inventor
- Discover the 2 methods for creating multicomponent designs in Fusion 360
- Learn how to assign joints and as-built joints to a multicomponent design in order to fully constrain it
- Learn how to use the tools available in Fusion 360 to incorporate motion into a multicomponent design
Jennifer MacMillan holds a mechanical engineering degree from Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada. For the past 19 years Jennifer has been teaching and developing CAD training material. She is currently working with the Rand Worldwide company, ASCENT-Center for Technical Knowledge, where she develops and manages the training curriculum used by Autodesk Authorized Training Centers. She also recently received her Autodesk Certified Instructor (ACI) certification. Jennifer has always enjoyed teaching and passing her knowledge of and interest in CAD software on to her students. Most recently she has enjoyed instructing online training classes, which she finds very rewarding and inspiring, as they enable so many students to successfully learn new skills that they can immediately use in their jobs.