Join Taylor Hokanson for an in-depth discussion in this video Finishing, part of Learning Fusion 360.
- [Instructor] We're done sculpting our bike seat. … And now I'd like to add one more element to the design. … If there's any other changes you want to make, … now is the time. … So, I can hover over the bike seat. … Right click and say, Edit Feature. … And that will take me back into that sculpting mode. … So once the form is finished and there's no errors, … I'll switch to the top view. … And I'd like to add in this little hole that penetrates … through the bike seat. … To do that, I'll start a sketch. … Put that on the X, Y plane. … And then I want to create an ellipse. … And that ellipse, I'll just put the center as close … as I can get to the middle. … And then stretch this out to the side. … So I'm doing three clicks here. … And it's pretty close. … Again, this isn't super technical design we're working on. … I'll finish the sketch. … Come back into the perspective view. … And let's go ahead and hide these canvases. … They're not doing anything for us anymore. … Now pick Extrude. …
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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