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Design a Working Light Bulb - Fusion 360 for 3D Printing

Author: ziuziu on 1-06-2020, 14:45, views: 220

Design a Working Light Bulb - Fusion 360 for 3D Printing

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Created by: Vladimir Mariano
Learn valuable modeling techniques while going through the entire workflow from design to 3D printing.
What you'll learn
By the end of the course students will feel more confident in their design skills in Fusion 360 and in the entire workflow of going from design to 3D printed part.
Basic knowledge and experience with Fusion 360.
The best way to improve your design skills is just to practice and this is the perfect project to help you sharpen your skills. Like all my other models this one is designed with the intention that it will be 3D printed. Therefore, we will discuss improtant considerations that we'll have to pay attention to along the way.
We'll cover valuable design techniques including:
How to approach a cylindrical design by starting with a sketch and taking advantage of the revolve tool
Designing custom threads using the coil tool
A creative way to use the pipe command
Use the sweep command to make cuts that follow a custom path
Designing two parts that are meant to fit together
Preparing a model for 3D printing using Cura
plus many more
After completing this course you'll feel much more confident in your Fusion 360 skills and in the entire workflow of designing a part for 3D printing. Plus you'll have created a beautiful model to show for it.
Who this course is for:
Anyone looking to expand their design skills with Fusion 360
You have access or will have access to a 3D printer and want to be able to design and print your own designs
Design a Working Light Bulb - Fusion 360 for 3D Printing

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