This class demonstrates the use of Fusion 360 software as a service throughout various stages of product design, while taking advantage of the software's intuitive approach and versatile modeling modes. The class combines quick demos and project examples in areas such as consumer products, sports equipment, and packaging. Attendees discover how Fusion 360 makes it easy to turn early concepts into final designs as part of the Autodesk® Product Design Suite. The class also highlights the exciting opportunities that Fusion 360 provides for cloud-based collaboration, thanks to the Autodesk® 360 cloud services hub.
- Use Fusion 360 to design for product categories such as electronics, consumer products, packaging, and sports equipment
- Explain how Fusion 360 accelerates form exploration, early concept development, and final design definition
- Generate ideas for integrating Fusion 360 with other programs in the Autodesk Product Design Suite
- Take advantage of cloud-based collaboration by using products in the Autodesk 360 environment
Alex Lobos is an industrial designer and educator, focusing in sustainable design, emotional attachment, user-centered design, and CAD applications. He is Graduate Director and Associate Professor of industrial at Rochester Institute of Technology, New York. He is also an Expert Elite for Fusion 360 software, Autodesk University Featured Speaker, member of Autodesk University’s Advisory Council, and a recipient of Fusion 360 software’s Education Award. He has collaborated with Autodesk, Inc., since 2011 on research projects and teaching methods for design, engineering, and sustainability.
Fusion 360 Product Manager focused on customer experience and loyalty, also a creative innovator, coffee addict, whisky enthusiast, photo geek, car guy and watch nerd.