Fusion 360 is a cloud-based 3D CAD, CAM, and CAE platform for product development. It combines industrial and mechanical design, simulation, collaboration machining, and documentation in a single package. The focus of the webinar is based on the Documentation aspect of the package, Fusion Drawings. Mechanical drawings can be created as a derived document of a Fusion 360 model. When we create a drawing from a model, the system generates a 2D projection of the components selected. Built on AutoCAD’s drawing engine, Fusion 360’s Drawings module has a distinctive toolset designed to meet manufacturing standards.
At the end of the webinar you will be able to:
- The full feature set that Fusion 360 Drawings offers
- Learn about the various access points, shortcuts, and customizations
- Create and edit production-quality drawings
- Share drawings with individuals or the public using Autodesk 360’s collaboration tools
Below is a summary of what the webinar entailed
The webinar is an introduction to the documentation component in Autodesk Fusion 360 intended for beginners to intermediate users. we explore a set of features that Fusion 360 Drawings offer. Including the user interface and commands.
We start off with a Sheetmetal example, adding bend annotations and a bend table to the flat pattern, and move on to more complex assemblies and exploded animated views.
We learn about the various access points and shortcuts in drawings by using the standard drawing template that Fusion has to offer, and we work with a custom template enabling you to work efficiently.
Editing Balloons and calling up parts list what we look at next and not forgetting working with multiple sheets. We also see how we can share them with downstream consumers.
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