Dynamo Studio is typically associated with Revit; however, it offers a fantastic platform for algorithmic-driven design and easy parameter manipulation in Fusion 360. It also features great T-spline and surface support for complex geometry creation, for those wishing to bring a degree of parametric control to their surfacing with ease. In short, it makes sense to learn this program alongside Fusion 360, and build a community for this, which this talk hopes to kick start.
- Importing Fusion parameters to Dynamo, modifying and pushing them back in real time
- Generating and editing complex geometry using surfacing and T splines in Dynamo
- Using Dynamo with assemblies in Fusion 360