This course will focus on the Digital Prototype,this is the critical stage after concept modeling is complete and you are refining a design prior to making a physical model. We'll explore the entire process- everything from ; Initial curve layout, the main body work , matching exiting geometry- all the way to making revisions after a design review. Join me in this course and you'll learn how to make high quality digital prototypes and make better faster design and development decisions. Get ready to Design, Develop & Deploy!
- Learn how to build a Fusion model respecting the design intent
- Learn how to master advanced part-building techniques using each of Fusion 360 software’s workspaces
- Learn how to prepare for down-stream prototyping and manufacturing
- Learn how to creatively approach building future designs
As Customer Success Manager, Michael is part of the Fusion 360 Adoption Team. His role is 2 fold: 1. work with commercial customers & 2. help them. Prior to joining Autodesk in January 2015, Michael helped launch products for 7+ years in diverse industries such as; architecture, consumer electronics, home automation, tools, and toys. He also worked with Trek Bicycle’s Advanced Concept Group for 10 years as Senior Design & Technology Principal. Michael studied Industrial Design at the University of Illinois- Chicago, has undergraduate degrees in Art and Engineering from Northern Illinois University and his Masters of Product Design & Development degree from Northwestern University. Michael's passions are in making things and helping people. As a catalyst, he endeavors to guide, mentor and collaborate with people using Fusion 360 as they explore their own Future of Making Things.