Join Vladimir Mariano for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Fusion 360: 3D Printed Product Enclosure.
- [Instructor] Thanks for watching this course.…We've covered some useful techniques…on designing a product enclosure,…such as first laying out and arranging all your parts…in order to accurately model around them.…This approach will save you on the number of iterations…since it allows you to easily see when parts interfere.…We looked at other techniques such as modeling standoffs…and taking advantage of the captive nut technique…when securing multiple pipes together.…And finally, we looked at how to precisely extrude cutouts…in our enclosure in order to access required components…such a charger port.…
At this point, you should feel comfortable…in tackling your own enclosure design…or you may already have ideas on how to improve this design.…For example, an improvement I can already think of…is making this screw flush with the enclosure cover…by using a chamfered screw and chamfering the hull.…Also positioning this light switch at the bottom…may offer easier access when using it as a lantern.…Ill leave these upgrades to you.…
- 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 22m Intermediate
1. Set Up
2. Insert and Position Components
3. Model Enclosure Base
4. Model Enclosure Cover
Next steps1m 15s
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