This course will focus on creating assemblies in Autodesk Fusion 360. You will learn about defining components, assembling components, creating joints, setting joint parameters, and working with alignment tools. Software required: Fusion 360.
Autodesk Fusion 360 is a cloud-based 3D modeling software tool that is far more user-friendly than other professional solid-body modeling packages and has a really unique way of working with Assemblies. In this course, Get started with Assemblies in Autodesk Fusion 360, you're going to learn everything you need to know to quickly get started building your own Assemblies or modify existing ones in Fusion 360. First you'll learn the design methodology and the top-down design approach. Next you'll learn all about bodies versus components, and learn about joint definitions and types. Finally, you'll finish the course by learning how to show motion in order to convey design intent. By the end of this course, you’ll know the fundamentals of how Assemblies work in Fusion 360, the best practices and methods for building them efficiently, and how to troubleshoot when you get stuck in the process.
Jonathan's passion is providing solutions that automate repetitive tasks and integrate company processes in order to increase productivity, reduce design time, and decrease time to market. With over a decade in the manufacturing industry as well as implementing PDM, PLM, and Automation solutions, he possess a keen insight into what goes into improving the enterprise.
Course Overview Howdy, my name is Jonathan Kriek, and welcome to my course Get Started with Assemblies in Autodesk Fusion 360. I live in Dallas, Texas, and I'm a manufacturing solutions engineer at KETIV Technologies, an Autodesk platinum partner based out of Orange County, California. We specialize in engineering and manufacturing consulting and implementation. I work with customers daily to help them increase productivity, reduce design time, and decrease time to market with the help of automation and Autodesk tools and software. I've been working with Autodesk Inventor for 15 years, and I'm an Autodesk Inventor certified expert. KETIV is proud to part of this modern training platform at Pluralsight, and together we hope to enable you to build better products. Autodesk Fusion 360 is a cloud-based 3D modeling software tool that is far more user friendly than other professional, solid body, modeling packages, and has a really unique way of working with assemblies. In this course, we're going to go over everything you need to know to quickly get started building your own assemblies, or modifying existing ones in Fusion 360. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include design methodology and the top-down design approach, bodies versus components, joint definitions and types, as well as showing motion to convey design intent. By the end of this course, you'll know the fundamentals of how assemblies work in Fusion 360, the best practices and methods for building them efficiently, and how to troubleshoot when you get stuck in the process. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with an introduction to Fusion 360. From here, continue your learning by diving further into Fusion 360 essentials like drawings, designing molded and casted parts, and editing errors and design changes. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn more about Fusion 360. So grab that comfy chair, and let's learn.