Join Jomarc Baquiran for an in-depth discussion in this video Design intent, part of Migrating from AutoCAD to Fusion 360.
- [Instructor] Design Intent is how a model reacts…when dimensions are modified.…In this scenario we have two identical clamps.…In addition, a shaft will be inserted here.…Let's have the front view.…The possible design change in this model is…the height of our clamp from this point…here up to the base may vary.…
Let's now head to our timeline and inspect our sketch,…dimensions, and constraints.…I'm going to right-click on Sketch1,…and because I have limited recording area,…under Create Selection Set is Edit sketch.…In this instance definitely the 40,…in other words the D2 dimension is our driving entity.…On the left, I have a dimension that is between…the circle and this horizontal line.…
On the right, we have a circle that has…a concentric relationship to this arc.…Let's assume that we have a design change,…and our design manager instructed us to…change the value of our 40 millimeter dimension to 60.…Same here.…Double left-click and key in 60.…Hitting Enter.…
Let's say to Stop Sketch.…Notice the difference between the two identical models.…
- Similarities and differences between AutoCAD and Fusion 360
- Collaborating in Fusion Team and A360
- Sketch constraints
- Creating and modifying tools
- Design intent
- Assembling parts and components
- Creating 2D drawings
- Importing AutoCAD files
- Exporting a drawing to DWG
Skill Level Intermediate
Migrating from AutoCAD to Inventorwith Thom Tremblay1h 18m Beginner
Migrating from AutoCAD to Revitwith Paul F. Aubin2h 18m Intermediate
Cert Prep: Autodesk Fusion 360 Userwith Thom Tremblay55m 32s Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Constraints and 3D Part Modeling
3. Assemble Parts and Components in Fusion 360
4. Creating 2D Drawings in Fusion 360
5. Working with AutoCAD Files
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