- Navigating the Fusion 360 interface
- Setting preferences
- Sketching triangles and struts
- Geometric modeling
- Testing an assembly
- Organic sculpting
- Combining geometry
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Taylor] Bringing a designed object to market used to require many different software packages. With Fusion 360, you can design, iterate, test and prepare your work for manufacturing all in one place. In this LinkedIn Learning course, we'll take a look at two major types of form construction. First, we'll convert a simple drawing into a complex geometric linkage that actually works. Next, we'll model a familiar organic shape from reference images. Fusion is built with both professionals and hobbyists in mind. Whether you're designing a sports car or a kinetic sculpture, this course has the tools you need to get started. My name is Taylor Hokanson. I'm an artist, educator and DIY engineer based in Chicago. I'll be taking you through the step-by-step process of creating objects, assemblies, motion studies, and more with Fusion 360. Let's begin.
1. User Interface
3. Geometric Modeling
4. Organic Sculpting
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