In this video, learn how to start a 2D drawing.
- For our first model in fusion, … we'll be building one of Theo Jansen's strand beasts. … And if you don't know about this guy, … he is really worth checking out. … He is a Dutch artist … and if we take a look here in his Wikipedia page, … you can see that he makes these interesting … mobile sculptures. … Sometimes they're wind powered and so forth … but they have these legs that walk … in the sort of biological fashion. … They look like spiders … or crabs … or something like that. … So we're going to recreate one … of these leg assemblies using the measurements … that allow one of these legs to operate. … And I've provided this image. … So this is proportion step PNG. … I downloaded this from Wikipedia sometime ago … and it describes the relationship of these different rods … and triangles that make one of these contraptions … that sort of walks along the beach … like a strand beast. … Now, a couple of things … about this image to note, … you can see here there's a green circle … that describes this rod …
Instructor Taylor Hokanson gives an overview of the interface, then walks through the modeling, sculpting, and rendering workflows in Fusion 360. Taylor also shows how to import reference images, use the sketching tools, extrude 3D shapes, combine components into assemblies, and render animations that show designs in action. Plus, learn how to sculpt organic shapes by editing T-spline forms.
Skill Level Intermediate
Fusion 360: Design for Mechatronicswith Justin Flett1h 35m Intermediate
1. User Interface
3. Geometric Modeling
4. Organic Sculpting
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