This class shows how Fusion 360 is the one stop solution for colaborative work in rapid prototyping. Designing components, simulating and rendering previews, as well as programming industrial level milling machines can be done in one program. The class focuses on an example part from a formula student racing car, with global reaching collaboration, which is modelled and programmed live during the class while highlighting the immense workflow speed of Fusion 360.
- Understand the possibilities of Fusion 360
- Understand collaborative work in Fusion 360
- Gain a basic conception of how to model a freeform part in Fusion 360
- Gain a basic concept on how to program a part in the CAM workspace
Finishing my Bachelor of Material Science at the Technical University in Darmstadt, I'm studying my masters at the moment. In my free time, I'm holding seminars and courses on Fusion 360 - traditional modelling, freeform, simulation as well as CAM programming with up to 4 axis simultaneously. I work part time at Datron AG, a mid sized CNC machine manufacturer in Germany specializing in high speed milling of aluminium. There I mostly design and programm prototypes for samples as well as social media posts. I expect to leave university with my masters degree at the beginning of 2018.