We recently kicked off our first Fusion 360 meetup and had a great group of people attend. People ranging from industrial designers to enthusiasts were in attendance. What’s great about the diversity is seeing the different applications people are using Fusion 360 for and these meetups expose us to things we never knew the tool can do.
In a world where subtractive manufacturing (CNC) has been the focus, advancements in 3D Printing has led to a transition towards additive manufacturing.
In this recap of Autodesk Virtual Academy, you'll learn how to import a concept sketch into Fusion 360 as part of your early workflow. Let’s look at how to easily take a picture of your sketch and import it as your first step into 3D Printing with Fusion 360.
Manufacturing has always been interesting to me. The fact that you can design a part within CAD software and then physically watch it get built is something that will forever intrigue me and motivate me to design. Growing up, I loved taking things apart, seeing what was inside, and learning how it functioned. Granted, I wasn’t always able to put things back together. But I was learning. And that was exciting to me.