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Fusion 360 is intuitive to learn, so nothing stands between your students and their craft. And the skills it fostered by Fusion 360 are just what the industry is looking for.
Hear what students and faculty have to say. You‘ll get a taste of what Fusion 360 could be doing for your school and for your students‘ job prospects.
While a university student, Ariel Jeong got an opportunity to work on an exciting project between Autodesk and Volkswagen using generative design. Her experience on this project advanced into a job at another leading automotive company immediately after graduation.
South China University of Technology student Zhen-Po Yang was challenged to improve the performance of a critical stabilizer mount for the RoboMaster Competition. Using generative design, his solution resulted in a competition win and a job offer!
While an intern at the Airbus Research department, student Sergei Zimbelmann used generative design to develop a hydrogen-driven Octocopter drone. See why companies like Airbus value working with students who have experience with generative design.
Want to integrate generative design into existing curriculum? We've created a resource to help you. In this course, you’ll set up, generate, and explore generative design outcomes and post-process generative designs. You’ll explore the basics of Fusion 360 assemblies and geometry creation with a focus on obstacle geometry. You'll set up a generative design study and develop knowledge of advanced T-spline tools to post-process a generative output.
Get started with generative design and learn how to set up, generate, and explore design outcomes in self-paced courses. Each course includes videos, step-by-step tutorials, and downloadable 3D models to help you learn at your own pace.
You’ll learn the foundations of product innovation and generative design while developing your skills in Fusion 360. By completing this specialization, you’ll unlock an Autodesk Credential which comes with a digital badge and certificate.
Generative design is part of Autodesk Fusion 360 and can only be accessed by users with a valid educational license (free for students and educators). To get the license, create a Fusion 360 account using your education email address. Existing users with a non-education email can update it in "My Profile" in Fusion 360.
Download and sign in into Fusion 360 with a valid school domain email (e.g. "@school.edu"). If you already have an account with a non-education email address, change it in "My Profile" section in the top right corner of the Fusion 360.
To start using generative design, simply launch Fusion 360 and sign in with your school domain email. You will find "generative design" in the workspace switcher; this is where all the tools are located.
Generative design technology in Autodesk® Fusion 360™ is available through the Education Community to educators and students. Any stated cloud credit allocations for customers using cloud services under a free Education entitlement or Education Offering does not imply continued rights to such levels. Autodesk may, from time to time and without notice, impose caps or limits on the use of cloud credits by customers using services under a free Education entitlement or Education Offering, and may modify terms related to the provision of cloud credits, including without limitation usage rates, for any customer.