In this video, learn how to add details to the assembly.
- [Instructor] Now that our initial sketch is done, … we're going to jump in here … and flesh out these triangles a little bit more. … So if you look here, I've got A/L, JBCKM, and Triangles. … Now we're going to make something new, … which is known as a component. … And to do that, I right-click here at the top of the browser … and then say new component. … Unlike the sketches we've been working on until this point … which are sort of orphaned, … a component collects a lot of things together, … including sketches, and solid objects, … and origins, and so forth, … and also tracks their location. … So let's start a sketch now … that we're inside this component. … We'll make that on the XY-plane just like normal. … And this time we'll use the circle tool. … So let's start with this upper triangle. … I'm going to head here to the top of the triangle, … make sure I'm snapping to that corner. … And then I'll make a circle … that's five millimeters in diameter. … So I type in 5 and hit enter. …
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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