You don't often take an additive part directly from print bed to installation. Tolerance requirements almost always dictate the need for subtractive postmachining to ensure surfaces meet design specs and tolerances. In this class, we'll take a generativity-designed part from design to preparation for hybrid manufacturing. Along the way, we'll explore optimization with generative design, design for manufacturing, and work-holding design, and we'll see how the mechanical design tools, FEA capabilities, and hybrid manufacturing environment in Fusion 360 software can reduce friction and streamline the process from design to manufactured part.
- Learn how to use generative design to augment your design team
- Learn about the advantages and limitations of additively manufactured parts
- Learn how to use Fusion 360 software's hybrid manufacturing environment to make the most of your manufacturing capabilities
- Learn how to use simulation to verify additive features added for manufacturing