Join Vladimir Mariano for an in-depth discussion in this video Upload the exercise files, part of Fusion 360: 3D Printed Product Enclosure.
- [Instructor] If you completed the prequel to this course,…Intro to Product Design,…then you should have a projects folder…in your data panel labeled, enclosure parts.…If not, then I will show you…how to upload those files into Fusion 360.…If you have access to the exercise files in this course,…you'll want to go ahead and download those now.…I have them saved to my desktop in a folder…just called exercise files,…and if I double-click on it,…you'll see that we have our four parts,…our battery charger, our battery,…our circuit playground board, and our slide switch.…
Now because Fusion 360 is party cloud-based,…that means our designs are actually saved on the cloud.…So there's a few steps we'll have to take here…to get our projects uploaded.…In our data panel, we'll want to click…on the new project button.…If you don't see it, you may be inside a project already,…and you may have to click the back arrow.…We'll click on the new project,…and we'll call this one, enclosure parts,…and hit enter.…We can now double-click inside that project,…
- 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
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1. Set Up
2. Insert and Position Components
3. Model Enclosure Base
4. Model Enclosure Cover
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