100 Things Beginners Should Learn in Fusion 360
Are you a Fusion 360 beginner? No problem! During this class, you’ll get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Fusion 360. You’ll walk away with high-level strategies and handy tips and tricks that’ll help you feel more confident when you get started with Fusion 360.
Getting Tipsy with Fusion 360
Yeah, you read that right. In this course, you’ll learn as many Fusion 360 tips as possible in 60 minutes while recreating the Engineers’ Guide to Drinks. When coming up with a title for this tips and tricks class, Moyse thought about how much more sober everyone will be at Autodesk University this year given it’s not being held in Las Vegas (in theory, at least). This thought immediately invoked the Engineers’ Guide to Drinks and how it would be a fun way to cover a series of tips and tricks across sketching, modeling, assemblies, animation, rendering, and manufacturing.
Advanced Direct Modeling in T-Splines and Parametric Design
Direct modeling empowers users to fully immerse themselves in an explorative modeling experience, and it can also bypass steps, such as setting planes, sketches, and other 3D commands. While direct modeling is typically associated with T-Splines via the Sculpt environment, it is also possible to use it in parametric settings. This presentation illustrates the power of direct modeling in both environments in Fusion 360 through the use of simple yet effective workflows.
Learn the Rules, Then Break Them: Fusion 360 for Industrial Robot Arms
Fusion 360 software now offers a simple workflow for programming industrial robot arms. During this lab, users will use the manufacturing space from Fusion 360 to generate robot native code that can drive industrial robot arms. You’ll learn everything from generic robot workflows to how to export code into a virtual robot simulator for validation.
Debugging Your Fusion 360 Design: Let’s Get Rid of Red and Yellow Features
Even the best Fusion 360 designers end up with errors and warnings in their designs sometimes. This class shows you how to fix your Fusion 360 design when it breaks and how to prevent errors from occurring in the first place. You’ll learn about “debugging” techniques, which design practices will produce the most-stable designs, and more.
30 Tips and Tricks with Generative Design in 60 Minutes
Get ready for a lightning round of tips coming your way! This course covers 30 generative design tips in just 60 minutes. It’s an ideal class for 3D modeling beginners who want to explore the benefits of generative design and high-level users who want a refresher on how generative design can improve their workflow.
Creating a Drone Chassis Using Generative Design
After attending this lab, you’ll be able to create your own drone chassis using generative design in Fusion 360. You’ll cover different manufacturing techniques, generative design workflows from scratch, algorithm tips, and more. This course is made for all skill levels — beginners and seasoned veterans are both welcome.
Dual-Spindle Lathes: The Cheapest Form of Automation
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to program dual-spindle, live-tool lathes in Fusion 360. You’ll use Templates to automate the CAM and programming process, discuss considerations around machine purchase, work holding, tooling, and more.
Additive Manufacturing: A 360 Approach
This session demonstrates how design for additive manufacturing, generative design, and integrated CAM functionality within Fusion 360 can help businesses capitalize on additive manufacturing. You’ll learn about how software like Fusion 360 and Netfabb can integrate into additive manufacturing workflows to enable businesses to break down barriers to digital manufacturing and look at best practices to follow as you explore opportunities for applying additive manufacturing strategies.
Fusion 360 Case Study: Designing a Musical Effect with ECAD-MCAD Workflows
In this instructional demo, we show how Fusion 360 electronics software can be maximized with modeling tools to produce a distortion-effect pedal end to end. We discuss the design of the effect in detail, as well as how having an integrated workflow between electronics and mechanical tooling simplifies and expedites the design process. Throughout the demo, we highlight the specific features in Fusion 360 that enabled us to go from idea to completed prototype.
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