Fusion 360

Overview

Fusion 360 courses are designed to provide basic to advanced knowledge of CAD/CAM/CAE design software to engineering students and architects for product development and offers new ways to build lucrative designs. It connects your entire project in a single cloud-based platform.

Course Objective

The courses are destined to give you a competitive edge in 3D mechanical design and engineering and enable you to create sophisticated part and assembly designs quickly and efficiently using powerful and easy-to-use software.

Pre-requisite

Engineering students and architects can upgrade their designing skills and skills taught in this course will help you gain a competitive edge in the designing industry as well as help to boost up your qualities in your graduate or post-graduate program.

What’s in it for me?

You will learn to design 3D design, models and drafts through a cloud-based platform and share your work with other designers.

CURRICULUM

Section 1: Getting Oriented
    • • Preferences
    • • User Interface
    • • Navigation
    • • Data Panel Interface
Section 2: Sketch
    • • Creating a Sketch
    • • Using Construction Geometry and Constraints
Section 3: Sculpt
    • • Creating T-Spline Forms
    • • Modifying a T-Spline Forms
    • • Creating a T-Spline using a Reference Image
Section 4: Modeling
    • • Modeling based on Sketches
    • • Modeling based on a sculpted body
Section 5: Manage and Collaborate
    • • Create a Project
    • • Manage your project
    • • Grant Access To Your Project
    • • Create a previous version of a design
    • • Promote a previous version
Section 6: Assemblies
    • • Top-down Design
    • • Create Joints
Section 7: Rendering
    • • Applying Materials
    • • Editing Materials
    • • Adding a Decal
    • • Changing the Environment Settings
    • • Creating an Image with Rendering
Section 8: Drawing
    • • Introduction to Drawing Views
    • • Projected Views and Detail Views
    • • Text and Leader Notes
    • • Dimensions
    • • Parts List, Balloons, and Title Block
    • • Drawing Settings and Preferences
    • • Associatively Update the Drawing
    • • Output the Drawing
Section 9: Introduction to CAM
    • • Work Holding and Setup
    • • Toolpath Operation
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    • • Setup Sheet
    • • Post Processor
Section 10: Animation
    • • Accessing the Animation Workspace
    • • Create an Animation
    • • Explode the Assembly
    • • Edit an Animation
    • • Add Annotations
    • • View and Share Animations
Section 11: Create Surface
    • • Create surface primitive shapes
    • • Create surface bodies with sketch features
    • • Patch open areas in a design
    • • Trim or extend surfaces
    • • Merge, stitch, and unstitch surfaces
    • • Flip the positive direction of a face
    • • Fillet or chamfer surface edges
Section 12: About Fusion 360 Simulation
    • • Simulation Workspace Toolbar
    • • Simulation Browser
    • • Simulation Workflow Overview
    • • Simulation Considerations
    • • Simulation Theoretical Background
    • • Setup simulation
    • • Solve a simulation
    • • Visualize Results
    • • Understand Results
    • • Share Results and Data
    • • Display
  • Duration: 80 Hours
  • Certificates: Yes
  • Section: 12