Join Taylor Hokanson for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning Fusion 360.
- [Taylor] Thanks for watching this course. … Fusion is an all-in-one platform, … so now you're ready to make geometric models, … organic forms, and assemblies that have mechanical function. … We've also covered how to explore this function … through motion studies … and how to create polished visual animations of our studies … through the Autodesk cloud rendering system. … There's plenty of additional features … we haven't even touched yet … like the ability to export your designs … for both additive and subtractive manufacturing. … Now that you've got some practice under your belt, … I encourage you to submit your future designs … to the Autodesk Gallery where they will be shared … with a growing community of fellow modelers. … While you're at it, … let Fusion know what ideas you'd like to see implemented … at the Idea Station. … Fusion is a great modeling platform, … but their dedication to collaboration … may be their most exciting feature. … Now that an object can be shared over the web …
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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