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FusionNews for the week of 1/26: A weekly roundup of community news

FusionNews highlights the key things happening in the Fusion 360 Community. New posts every Friday.

 

From the Fusion 360 Team

Quick Tip: Tangent Dimension

In this quick tip, learn how to create dimensions that are tangent to circles and arcs.

 

Autodesk University 2017 – Class Recordings Available

Couldn’t make it to AU Las Vegas last year?  Don’t fret, we have recordings and presentations have been posted!

 

Tutorial: Import and Model and How to Work Around It

Follow Lars as he shows you how to build something around an imported model.

 

Events 

Online: User Interface & Data Management Quick Start – New to Fusion 360? Learn how to navigate the user interface and how to manage your data on 2/5 at 3:30 PM EST. Register here.

 

Online: Sketching & Part Modeling Quick Start – Learn more about sketch commands, constraints, modeling & modify commands and more on 2/7 at 2 PM EST. Register here.

 

Online: 2D CAM Deep Dive – Take an in-depth look at the 3D CAM workspace in Fusion 360 on 2/8 at 2 PM EST. Register here.

 

Online: Assemblies Quick Start – Get up to speed with components, bodies, joints, motion studies and more on 2/9 at 2 PM EST. Register here.

 

Gallery Spotlights

Butterfly Table by Ambuj Bharwaj

Wireless Headphones by Zamir Gamboa

Manipulation Robot by Lucas Lira

 

Your Ideas from the Fusion 360 IdeaStation

We take your suggestions very seriously as they help to shape Fusion 360, so please share your ideas and vote for new features / enhancements you would like to see. Here are a few submissions from the week:

 

  • Deburring Intersection Holes – CAM Toolpath Needed – What would be great in F360 is a break edge feature/toolpath.
  • Pin Connector in Fusion 360 Simulation – Fusion 360 should allow to evaluate axial, shear forces, bending and torsional moments on the beam element in order to use this data to evaluate pin failure.
  • Plain English Error Messages – Fusion 360 is meant to be a more user friendly CAD software for the casual maker. Yet at the same time, the error messages are written in barely comprehensible technological gobbledegook.

 

Have a story to share? We would love to hear more about you and how you’re using Fusion 360! Shoot me an email at Shannon.McGarry@autodesk.com

 

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