Join Vladimir Mariano for an in-depth discussion in this video 3D print and check fit, part of Fusion 360: 3D Printed Product Enclosure.
- [Narrator] Before moving on,…it's a good idea at this point to test…how well our components fit within our enclosure base.…So I sent this to the printer…and then brought in our battery charger…to see how well it fit.…Now the holes lined up perfectly,…but I did want a little more friction there…between the standoffs.…Likewise, our slide switch slid a little too easily…through that housing.…So let's go ahead and address this back in Fusion.…
- Changing Fusion 360 settings
- Inserting parts into a current design
- Modifying a linked component
- Moving, aligning, and positioning components
- Designing a housing
- Modeling circuit playground platforms
- Checking the fit for 3D printing
- Preparing for 3D printing
- Modifying constraints
- Designing a cover and a shell
- Adding cutouts
- Finishing the assembly
Skill Level Intermediate
Fusion 360 Product Design: Lightingwith Carl Frischmuth5h 54m Intermediate
Additive Manufacturing: Optimizing 3D Printswith Rich Cameron1h 24m Intermediate
Design for Additive Manufacturing: FDMwith Kacie Hultgren1h 47m Intermediate
1. Set Up
2. Insert and Position Components
3. Model Enclosure Base
4. Model Enclosure Cover
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