Learn how to use direct modeling in Fusion 360 software to heal imported geometry using the "wound and heal" method. See how easy it is to defeature models for 3D printing or finite element analysis. Need to make a change that would bring a history modeler to its knees? See how easy it can be done with direct modeling methods. Finally, see how to design models using direct editing methodologies.
- Learn how to edit imported geometry
- Learn how to fix corrupt models using the wound and heal method
- Learn how to create in-context models using direct modeling techniques
- Learn how to make changes to geometry without worrying about history issues
Brad Tallis is a technical specialist on the Fusion 360 Team at Autodesk, Inc. He has over 20 years of experience in the CAD field with a focus on direct modeling. He started at Hewlett-Packard supporting their direct modeler, CoCreate Solid Designer. PTC acquired CoCreate about 8 years ago, and Tallis was a technical specialist with PTC for many years. In the last few years, he was asked to join the Federal Aerospace and Defense Team to be an application engineer for those larger companies. He has been with Autodesk for just over a year now on the Fusion 360 Team. Tallis demonstrates the power of Fusion 360 software to many customers nationwide.