Assembly with joints can be kinematically analyzed in Fusion 360.
- [Instructor] Hi everyone, in this lesson,…we will render motion studies.…In order for us to create a motion study,…we need to have joints applied between our components.…I'm going to left-click and hold to move our components,…so let's first move this bottle.…Left-click and hold to move our rotating platform.…My next intent is to apply a joint to our rotating platform…and assemble it to this hole.…
So selecting joint, and whenever this dialog box appears,…simply select Capture Position.…And for our motion type, it's going to be Revolute.…So for our first component, I'm going to hover…over our rotating platform, specifically its bottom face,…and I'm going to hold Control to lock to this face…and let's left-click this joint origin.…Let's rotate, hover over this face, hold Control,…and select this joint origin.…
Left-click and hit OK.…Next, hitting J once more for Joint,…our intent this time is to place our bottle…on top of this platform.…So I'm going to hover my cursor over this face,…holding Control and selecting this center joint origin.…
- Inserting a reference image
- Revolving a sketch
- Embossing the text
- Creating labels
- Applying appearance
- Working with scene settings
- Local rendering
- Setting the scene
- Conducting and rendering the motion study
Skill Level Beginner
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