3D Modeling for 3D Printing and Laser Cutting on Fusion 360

Learn how to Design and Model for both 3D Printing and Laser Cutting using the Free and Powerful Fusion 360 software!
3D Modeling for 3D Printing and Laser Cutting on Fusion 360
File Size :
3.22 GB
Total length :
4h 9m

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Instructor

Larno Visser

Language

Last update

8/2021

Ratings

4.5/5

3D Modeling for 3D Printing and Laser Cutting on Fusion 360

What you’ll learn

Full confidence in using Fusion 360
Realize your ideas in a free and easy to use platform
3D Modeling for 3d printing
3D Modeling for laser cutting
Parametric Product Modeling
Prototyping

3D Modeling for 3D Printing and Laser Cutting on Fusion 360

Requirements

no prerequisites

Description

In this course I will teach you how to design and model for 3D Printing and Laser Cutting using the free and powerful Autodesk Fusion 360 software. Most of the lessons are easy to follow practical examples where I take you through the design of a product step by step.The course consists of 4 sections. In the first section I show you the fundamentals of 3d modeling through some more easy examples. In the second section we start modeling for 3d printing, where the designs we model can actually be 3d printed. In the third section we look at design for laser cutting and the interesting constraints you have to deal with when doing so. In the fourth section I teach you how to model parametrically. A very powerful method of 3d modeling which will make you an incredibly efficient and effective 3d modeler.Each lesson builds upon the knowledge gained by the previous lessons, and by the end you will have enough experience and confidence to start creating your own designs in 3d.This course is perfect for you if you are interested in 3d printing and/or laser cutting as you will learn how to design for both. The specific factors you need to take into account for both laser cutting and 3d printing are thoroughly discussed, and you will also build your 3d modeling skills needed to realize your ideas.

Overview

Section 1: Getting started

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 How to download

Lecture 3 User interface

Lecture 4 Before we start

Section 2: 3D modeling fundamentals

Lecture 5 Modeling a chair

Lecture 6 Platonic solides 1: The octahedron

Lecture 7 Platonic solides 2: The dodecahedron

Lecture 8 Platonic solides 3: The icosahedron

Lecture 9 Modeling a bench using technical drawings

Lecture 10 Recap, Arcs, Patterns and Constraints.

Section 3: Modeling for 3d printing

Lecture 11 Introduction to modeling for 3d printing

Lecture 12 Phone charging station

Lecture 13 Allen key

Lecture 14 3D print box 1

Lecture 15 3D print box 2

Lecture 16 announcement final 3d print project

Section 4: Modeling for laser cutting

Lecture 17 Introduction to modeling for laser cutting

Lecture 18 lasercut lamp: modeling

Lecture 19 lasercut lamp: model to dxf file

Lecture 20 lasercut lamp: recap

Lecture 21 lasercut box 1

Lecture 22 lasercut box 2

Lecture 23 lasercut box 3

Lecture 24 lasercut box: recap

Section 5: Parametric product modeling

Lecture 25 Introduction to parametric product modeling

Lecture 26 Parametric box

Lecture 27 Elaboration on parametric product modeling

Section 6: Final project, Remaining features + conclustion

Lecture 28 3d Printed hinge

Lecture 29 Remaining features + rendering your design

Lecture 30 Conclusion

Anyone interested in 3d printing or laser cutting,Anyone interested in 3d modeling or Fusion 360,(Industrial) Designers

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 4h 9m | 3.22 GB
Created by: Larno Visser

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