Join Jomarc Baquiran for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Migrating from AutoCAD to Fusion 360.
- [Instructor] If you have a LinkedIn Lynda Premium subscription, then you have access to the exercise files. After extracting the files in your desired folder, you may simply head up to File, select New Design from file. Browse through your destination folder. The first two digits of a folder corresponds to the chapter, and the other two digits corresponds to the lesson or video number. Let's say under chapter two, lesson number one, we have here the end state of the lesson.
Keep in mind that Fusion 360 3D models has a file name extension of .f3d. The 3D files can be exported locally, as you can see here, while the 2D files, allow me to open box drawing. Once more, the 2D files cannot be exported, meaning for the lessons that involves a 2D drawing in Fusion 360, you have to follow along.
If you don't have access to the exercise files, the lessons are laid out from easy to more difficult so that everyone can follow along.
- Similarities and differences between AutoCAD and Fusion 360
- Collaborating in Fusion Team and A360
- Sketch constraints
- Creating and modifying tools
- Design intent
- Assembling parts and components
- Creating 2D drawings
- Importing AutoCAD files
- Exporting a drawing to DWG
Skill Level Intermediate
Migrating from AutoCAD to Inventorwith Thom Tremblay1h 18m Beginner
Migrating from AutoCAD to Revitwith Paul F. Aubin2h 18m Intermediate
Cert Prep: Autodesk Fusion 360 Userwith Thom Tremblay55m 32s Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Constraints and 3D Part Modeling
3. Assemble Parts and Components in Fusion 360
4. Creating 2D Drawings in Fusion 360
5. Working with AutoCAD Files
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