Congratulations on completing the course. Check out the follow-up course, Fusion 360: Designing Product Enclosures, where you can learn to assemble all the parts and design an enclosure around it.
- [Instructor] Thank you for taking my course,…and congratulations on completing all the lessons.…We have covered some valuable techniques…and design concepts in creating 2D sketches…and turning those sketches into accurate 3D models.…Hopefully by now you're beginning to feel…a lot more comfortable with Fusion 360…and are ready to start tackling your own designs.…Whenever you're ready to continue building…on your Fusion 360 knowledge,…simply check out the follow-up to this course,…Fusion 360 Designing Product Enclosures,…where I will guide you in assembling all the parts…that we designed in this course…and modeling an enclosure that can be 3D printed.…
I'll see you in the next course.…
- Getting started with Fusion 360
- Sketching and extruding
- Editing sketches and features
- Using calipers to get precise measurements
- Designing according constraints
- Modifying dimensions
- Changing inches to millimeters
- Modifying features
- Attaching and calibrating a canvas
- Sketching by referencing a canvas
- Parallel constraints
- Combining bodies and separating bodies
Skill Level Beginner
Fusion 360 Product Design: Lightingwith Carl Frischmuth5h 54m Intermediate
Fusion 360: 3D Printed Product Enclosurewith Vladimir Mariano1h 52m Intermediate
2. Design Basics
3. Designing Accurate Parts
4. Design by Referencing Drawings
5. Design by Attaching Canvas
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