Introduction to Fusion 360

Screenshot of a brake disc model created using Fusion 360 software

Event Details

  • Date: 25th May 2021
  • Time: 13:30 – 15:15
  • Duration: 1 hour and 45 mins
  • Audience: All Staff | All Students
  • Digital Capability: Digital Creation, Problem Solving and Innovation
  • Booking Link: https://edin.ac/33vzhTj

Event Overview

Looking to learn some new skills?

Join us for our small group interactive online workshops where, with two-way screen sharing, we will walk you through the basics of a piece of software and can provide real-time assistance.

Fusion 360 is a powerful cloud-based computer-aided design (CAD) software. With Fusion 360, it is possible to design simple 3D models that can be 3D printed, as well as complex, multi-component engineering designs. This is a great next step for users who have completed the Tinkercad workshop and want to use more advanced tools. You can find examples of what you can model with Fusion 360 here. It offers free licenses for students and hobbyists with non-commercial use.

In this workshop, the basics of 3D modelling using Fusion 360, parametric design, assembly modelling and freeform modelling will be covered at a beginner level. The session will end with some Q&A time for questions or discussion about your own projects.

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