Join Thom Tremblay for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Fusion 360: Generative Design.
- [Thom] Thank you for your time and interest … in Fusion 360 Generative Design. … I know it can be difficult … to make time to learn new subjects, … and I appreciate you spending your time … with me in this course. … Be sure to take a look at other courses … about Fusion 360 on LinkedIn Learning … and get connected with others on the Autodesk … Fusion 360 forums and in the Fusion 360 gallery. … If you would like, … you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. … I hope you enjoyed the course, … and thank you again for your time and attention. … …
- Generative design vs. shape optimization
- Starting a generative study
- Selecting portions of a model to preserve
- Defining obstacles
- Setting design conditions and criteria
- Reviewing and comparing outcomes
- Exporting results
- Cloning an existing study
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1. Why Generative Design?
Cost and options59s
2. Preparing a Study
3. Reviewing the Results
4. Advanced Workflows
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