Fusion 360 Design for 3D Printing
Learn to use Fusion 360 to create 3D printable designs
A basic understanding of Fusion360
Familiar with their own 3D printer and slicer setup
Description Are you tired of only being able to print models you can find online? Would you like to learn the design skills in order to allow you to create your own designs for 3D printing? Do you want to be able to create models that nobody else has that you can then sell for profit! This course will allow you to quickly start using Fusion360 to create printable 3D designs. If you have some experience with Fusion 360, such as a completed beginners course, and would like to learn how to use Fusion 360 specifically to create models for your 3D printer, then this is the course for you. Create 3D models, learn how and why to break them down into manageable parts, create different types of connections and learn the techniques and processes involved to create your own tailored designs in Fusion 360. This course was designed for those with some experience of Fusion 360. We take your existing skills and learn how to tailor designs specifically for 3D printing. The course includes both instruction and follow-along projects to allow you to put into practice the skills as you learn them. You will learn how to produce a printable model to good standards and hopefully inspire you to do even more! As the course progresses you will gradually move on from the basic designs and learn more useful methods specifically used in designing for 3D printing. The course culminates in a large-scale model of a real-life rocket that looks great as a display model. Course Outline:
We start by creating a basic adapter for a vacuum cleaner which is an example of designing and printing something useful for around the home.
Next, we show you some more modeling techniques to create another useful item.
We then move on to looking at how and why you should break your models down if possible.
After we have learned to break a model down we then study the different types of connections available to us in Fusion 360 that we can use to create 3D prints that can be assembled together.
Further examples with then be shown which will require importing models and using dimensions to create useful items. We will model a phone case and an enclosure for a circuit board.
The course then moves on to our large, multi-piece design of a scale model rocket. This model has sold for hundreds of dollars and is a prime example of how you can learn to use Fusion 360 and your 3D printer to create a good income.
We believe that this course is the best 3D printing based Fusion 360 course out there today. We have taught thousands of people to use various CAD software over the years and look forward to welcoming you into our community of designers & makers. Why learn Fusion 360 from us? With over 20 years of experience in a variety of design & CAD Management roles, Mike Freeman knows CAD inside out. He is also an Autodesk Certified Professional. Many instructors teach outdated methods which have no place in modern real-world use. The skills you will learn here will allow you to not only create professional drawings but allow you to enter the workplace with relevant CAD knowledge that will show any future client or employer that you were taught well. We promise to help you learn Fusion 360, no matter what it takes. If you ever get stuck, just post a message to the course dashboard and we'll be there to support you. Our Happiness Guarantee If you aren't happy with your purchase, we have a 30-day 100% money-back guarantee. There's literally no reason to hesitate! Enroll now, and we'll see you inside the course! **Please Note: This course was recorded on the PC version of Fusion 360. If you use a MAC then the commands and locations may vary. I do not have a MAC but will do my best to help with this however a quick Google search should help you.** Who this course is for:
Users of Fusion 360 that would like to know more about designing for 3D printing
Owners of a 3D printer that would like to learn to design their own models