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Fusion 360 Component Assembly

Total Duration: 4 hour 5 min 19 sec.

Who this course is for:
•    Engineering students, hobbyists, woodworkers, 3d printing enthusiasts
•    Fusion 360 users Wishing to Learn Assembly making process
•    People that practice Bottom Up Assembly practice wishing to switch to Top-Down approach
•    Auto Desk Inventor, Solid works & other equivalent CAD software users

Language: English

Instructors: J Aatish Rao

Validity Period: 180 days

₹999 64.68% OFF

₹299 excluding GST


Why this course?


Welcome to the course "Fusion 360 Component Assembly". In this course, you will get to know the in & outs of the Assembly making process in Fusion 360 in a very comprehensive way. This course is taught by a Fusion 360-certified user & Auto Desk-certified professional having 10+ years of industrial experience, especially in the design field.

Creating assemblies was never this easy. With Fusion 360 at your command, you can create amazing assemblies in no time. This course covers basic to advance assemblies in a very detailed manner with practical applications & real-time usage. The theoretical explanation of various assemblies is what makes this course different from others.

Course Level - Intermediate
The course starts with a brief revision of commands that are going to be frequently used followed by a clear-cut comparison between bottom up & Top-down design approaches and why Fusion 360 stands tall above all the 3D CAD software.

If you are a complete beginner to Fusion 360, This course might not be for you. You need to have some fundamental knowledge of 2D Sketching & 3D modelling. This is indeed an intermediate-level course.

Pre-requisite Commands
Sketching commands like Circle, Rectangle, Arc, Polygon & Slot are used quite frequently along with the Project command which projects bodies & components to existing sketches. 3D modelling tools like extrude, revolve, shell, fillet, and combine are also frequently used. Construct a toolbar for creating axis & planes & Inspect a toolbar for measuring & toggling component color cycles are of equal importance.

Course coverage
Basic Assembly - Universal Joint, Knuckle Joint, Carden Joint, Plummer block, Geneva Wheel Mechanism,4 Bar Linkage Mechanism, Slider Crank Mechanism.
Intermediate Assembly - C-Clamp Assembly, Pin slot joint, curved slot creation.
Advanced Assembly - The Ball Joint, As-Built Joint, Motion Links, Tangent Relationship, Rigid Group, Motion study.

Each & every assembly is explained in a very simple language so that students from every region can understand. Corresponding. f3d files (For reference) are also attached with the lectures wherever required. Believe me, you will start creating your own assembly projects right after completing this course.

Course Curriculum

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