In this video, learn about mounted holes and bosses, and learn how to use the mounting boss feature in Fusion 360.
- [Instructor] The rib command works very similarly … to the web command. … Let's say I wanted to add some angled ribs. … So for example, … maybe I want to throw in another rib on an angle … between these two web components for example, … I could do that by making use of the rib command. … So first al just create a sketch, … so I'm going to sketch up my general rib. … In this case, let's try this plane right here … that's going to be kind of in between these two webs … so I'm going to sketch on this plane here. … And now notice I'm going to be sketching an angled rib … let's see between those two webs … somewhere right about there, … but I can't exactly see the exact plane … that I'm sketching on currently. … So one thing I could do here to help me is … I could create and use a section view … like we saw earlier, … or I could make use of the slice option … within my sketch palette here, … switch turn on slice, … that's going to slice my component … right where my current sketch plane is. …
- Designing the base component
- Designing links
- Using the plastics and casting design tools
- Creating a mechatronics assembly
- Routing wire
- Creating the final outputs
Skill Level Intermediate
Fusion 360: Multi-Body Modelingwith Jomarc Baquiran47m 9s Beginner
Fusion 360: 3D Printed Product Enclosurewith Vladimir Mariano1h 58m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Tools for Plastics and Casting Design
3. Mechatronics Assembly
4. Final Outputs
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