Parametric solid modeling tools have been used to design plastic parts for many years. Take a look at what you should know and other courses on the fundamentals of parametric sketching, constraints, and solid modeling.
- [Instructor] This course will not be a deep dive into Fusion 360 or focused on the fundamentals of sketching or parametric modeling. Instead, we will be focused on the easy-to-use tools for developing complex shapes and developing the supporting structures necessary for creating durable plastic components. I highly recommend that you review other courses on the fundamentals of parametric sketching, constraints, and solid modeling if you're not already familiar with these concepts. If you're already familiar with the current practices for developing plastic components, I'm sure you'll find some of the tools in Fusion 360 to be similar, but you'll also see tools that are quite unique in their approach.
- Creating a T-spline body
- Creating a solid from a T-spline
- Adding features and fillets
- Rendering the design
- Setting up for 3D printing
- Forming a solid from surfaces