Drawings in Fusion 360 software has implemented a lot of new and exciting functionality this year. This class aims to introduce the newer capabilities—such as title blocks and templates, component versus body distinction, and multiasset documentation—to those who need more than the out-of-the-box solution. We will cover this through a series of demonstrations using real-world title blocks and templates, dimensions, and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) to create shop drawings ready for manufacture. With this, users will be able to apply what they’ve seen to get more out of their drawings in Fusion 360 software, and create drawings that are thorough, accurate, and tailored to their needs. This session features Fusion 360.
- Learn how to capitalize on multiple asset types to create drawings containing more than just a component or assembly
- Learn how to work with the browser for better control over components and bodies in Drawings
- Learn how to create templates from your existing drawings and add custom title blocks
- Learn how to create production-ready shop drawings, efficiently
As the Technical Product Manager for Publisher 360, Timera is responsible for helping product manufacturers explain their products and processes in ways that help turn their product documentation into a competitive advantage. Timera has a background in architectural drafting and design, and brings a unique combination of technical and graphical skills to the Publisher 360 team. Timera holds a Bachelor of Fine Art degree from San Jose State University, and has been with Autodesk 3 years. Her goal is to bring a user's perspective to software development, in order to improve workflow productivity and ease of usability.
Andrew de Leon is a senior principal user experience designer at Autodesk, Inc., with 20 years’ experience in the manufacturing industry and 11 years in user experience design. He has experience with AutoCAD software, AutoCAD Mechanical software, Inventor software, and Fusion 360 software. He’s passionate about manufacturing and design, and enjoys solving difficult problems.