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Autodesk Fusion 360 Basics

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Overview:
Autodesk Fusion 360 is a direct manipulation, feature based, modeler which utilizes direct editing workflows in either a history free or history recorded manor. This course will teach and demonstrate the basic features for the user to effectively interact with their designs. Using sketch tools along with 2D constraints, the user will add design intent to their dimensionally accurate designs. Using the solid modeling tools the user will create single body part and well as multibody part designs. Applying the use of direct manipulation editing tools the designs can be refined and edited. With the use of 3D assembly joints their assembly designs can be realized within Autodesk Fusion 360. With a broad support for import formats, using Autodesk Fusion 360 gives the designer powerful and easy to use 3D editing tools for model modification of data from almost any source.

Prerequisites:
Users must have an Internet connection. Users should have a basic understanding of mechanical and/or industrial design and 3D modeling concepts.

Intended Audience:
All Users

Course Duration:
4 hours

Skill Level:
Basic

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