Explore the key elements of Autodesk Fusion 360 that every experienced AutoCAD user needs to know before moving their work to Fusion 360.
- [Instructor] You may have heard about the latest digital prototyping software of Autodesk that is making waves in the CAD industry. If you are an AutoCAD user like me that is curious what Fusion 360 is all about, then you have come to the right place. Hi, my name is Joe Mark. I'm an AutoCAD certified professional and a Fusion 360 certified user, and I welcome you to Migrating from AutoCAD to Fusion 360. In this course, I will release you from the constraints brought about by being an AutoCAD user transitioning into Fusion 360.
First, I will point out the key similarities and differences between the CAD softwares. Next, we will model 3D components and assemble them intelligently. In addition, we will create 2D drawings. Finally, work around with AutoCAD files using Fusion 360. Open up your Fusion 360, and let's get started.
- 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
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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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