Workshop: Introduction to Fusion 360 and 3D Printing
28 to 29 October 2019
10am – 5pm
This two day course provides an insight into using Fusion 360 – Autodesk’s free 3D modelling software.
Day one will focus on getting to know Fusion 360 as a piece of software for computer aided design (CAD) introducing you to 2D and 3D drawing. Day 2 will be spent learning to 3D print the models you created on day 1, as well as learning how to program and maintain the Ultimaker 3D printers, with a particular focus on the dual extrusion capabilities of the Ultimaker 3.
The course will introduce software covering:
- The use of sketches and parametric design elements,
- The development of component pieces and combining those as assemblies
- The application of materials, scenes and appearances
- The sculpt environment
Users will also be given demonstration of generative design elements and simulation testing, though these will be demonstrations and not taught modules due to time constraints.
How to Book
This workshop is free. Spaces are very limited and priority will be given to sole traders, who are registered as self employed, limited companies and STEAMhouse members and will be allocated based on the strength of the expressions of interest we receive.
If you would like to take part please send a short Expression of Interest outlining why you would like to take part and introducing yourself and what you do (including whether you are a self employed sole trader or have your own business) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please put ‘Introduction to Fusion 360 EOI’ in the email subject line.