Fusion 360 Complete Course

By craftshome / 6. June 2020

Fusion 360 is fast becoming the go-to software for 3D modelling. The software allows you to create 3D models that can then be sent to a 3D printer or CNC machine to be made either in the workplace or at home. If you are interested in learning how to create your own complex models to print on your 3D printer then Fusion 360 is the software for you. It’s intelligent tools and workflow allows you to create a wide range of objects and best of all, the software is completely FREE for non- commercial use!.

It is important that you learn to use Fusion 360 correctly from the start if you want to become a proficient creator and this course teaches you all the skills you need to know. By learning from someone that has been using the software since it’s release and that is still working as a designer in the industry today, you will learn correct techniques and good practices that would allow you to use Fusion 360 in the workplace if you so desired.

Course Outline:

  • We start at the very beginning by teaching you what the software actually does and showing you where to get it. We then move on to learning the basic navigation and workflow of the software.

  • Next we show you some basic modelling techniques before getting stuck in and creating our very first part.

  • Next we will move on to more advanced modelling techniques and then learn how to put it all together to create assemblies. Follow along as we create a project assembly in real time.

  • After we have learned these more advanced techniques the fun really begins and we learn to apply realistic materials and make our assemblies move.

  • The final section will show how to output your design, whether it’s as a photo-realistic rendered image, a rendered animation of the moving design or to a 3D printer.

We believe that this course is the best Fusion 360 course out there today which teaches real-life techniques used in the workplace. We have taught thousands of people to use various CAD software over the years look forward to welcoming you into our community of designers & makers.


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