Design, engineering, and manufacturing are undergoing a digital transformation, and the need for a collaborative product development environment is becoming an ever-growing requirement. Autodesk® Fusion 360™ meets this need by connecting CAD, CAM, and CAE in a single cloud-based platform unlike any other tool of its kind. This course builds upon digital manufacturing trends and foundational CAD concepts discussed in Course 1 of this series by introducing Fusion 360 as a problem-solving tool. In this course, we take the next step in connecting CAD, CAM, and CAE through a series of short exercises on 3D modeling, rendering, simulation, and computer aided manufacturing.
This course is part of the CAD and Digital Manufacturing Specialization
About this Course
Skills you will gain
- Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
- 3d modeling
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Sketching and modeling
Sculpt and sheet metal
Render, animation, and drawing
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- 2 stars0.36%
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TOP REVIEWS FROM AUTODESK FUSION 360 INTEGRATED CAD/CAM/CAE
The tools for the new version of Fusion are different that the videos. Should be great if the videos are updated as well. Good way to get knowledge in this program
It was a wonderful experience.
Most importantly the instructor and the videos define clarity to a new level . Makes learning so much more easier and fun
I think there should be a practice model making in the exercise. This course introduces Fusion 360 to the user in a holistic manner. If new to Fusion 360 definitely recommended.
The quality of the practice problems at the end is top notch. The practice really consolidates the learning. I am as impressed by the tutoring as I am by the software.
About the CAD and Digital Manufacturing Specialization
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