3D Design Course - Fusion 360 Software

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Price: A$150.00

3D Printing Studios

888 Collins Street, Victoria Harbour, Docklands · Melbourne

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Last Tram Stop (11 & 48 trams) - Victoria Harbour, Docklands

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3D Designing with Fusion 360

This is a 1 x Day course / 6 hours held on Saturday

3D Printing Studios launch its new training course for users that have a basic knowledge of 3D Printing and are ready for the next step.

Fusion 360 is an online software that lets you bring your ideas to life and we offer you the opportunity to learn this design software.
Get hands on experience with 3D design software and 3D printers and see how these amazing new technologies are changing the way we design and produce prototypes, models and parts for a wide range of industries. This is a 3 weeks instructor led course which will culminate in you producing a self-designed prototype.
What you need: Laptop and mouse, please register and download Autodesk Fusion 360 from (https://www.autodesk.com/products/fusion-360/students-teachers-educators). After registering you need to install Fusion 360.

Cost: $150

Duration: 6 hours session (On Saturday 10 am to 4 pm)

Class Size: 6 people.

Dates: 15th June 2019 - 10am to 4pm

Location: 3D Printing Studios, 888 Collins Street, Docklands Victoria 3008

Please note: if you have any problems registering for the training class through Meetup.com or would rather not use Meetup please contact us on[masked] and we can book you in over the phone.

Course Outline:
Sketching in 2D and techniques, Intro to 3D Printing,
Sketching with Fusion 360, techniques and hands-on exercises.

Solid Modelling with Fusion 360
From sketch to 3D design in Fusion 360 and hands-on exercises. 3D Modelling techniques in Fusion 360 and hands-on exercises.

Designing and printing your ideas
How to design for printing in 3D and how to prepare your 3D models. Bringing your idea to life.

Note: Some 3D designs could present issues when you are trying to print them. In order to avoid problems with your final prints we show you what you need to take into account and how to generate your 3D model to be printable.