They say to master something takes 10,000 hours-but what if you need to become an expert quickly? In this class, we'll show you what experts have learned while using Fusion 360 software in hopes of bringing you along with us. While this content is applicable throughout all of Fusion 360, our examples will focus on the modeling environment. Discover how to set yourself up for success from the start to avoid reworking failures. Learn different methods of working with large designs within Fusion 360 without overloading it. Resolve and understand warning and error messages that will occur throughout your design. And do it all while gaining tips and tricks that can help you become an expert in Fusion 360. As a result of this class, you should feel confident that you have set yourself up for success, and have the knowledge to approach Fusion 360 like an expert would.
- Learn how to set yourself up for success to avoid failures and unforeseen time sinks
- Understand what you can do to help push your performance capabilities within Fusion 360
- Learn how to handle error and warning messages in your design
- Learn tips and tricks of the trade that can help you become an expert
Joel Palioca has been a Software Quality Assurance Engineer at Autodesk for the past 4 years working on Autodesk Product Design Suite, and currently Fusion 360. His time with CAD has allowed him to experience different perspectives on design, manufacturing, and engineering, as well as visualization of applications. Joel has been using CAD for the past 15 years, across a variety of different solutions. His desire to continue learning, and assisting users is what drives Joel every day to produce quality products.
Long time product designer using Autodesk Inventor, now software quality engineer for Fusion 360 testing Fusion with a customer perspective. Also a part time instructor at Portland Community College teaching Inventor and Fusion 360 for CAD students and seasoned professionals alike. I have a passion for connecting people to their inner potential, either through my teaching or helping on the Fusion forums, or just in person. Let's design and build a better future together.