Getting Started Guide 5 – Learn To CAD

–Fusion 360 has added STEP export back to their software. Diversification is needed but for now, they remain the standard for getting started.–

*Guide assembled by the community. Partake in the shenanigans*

 All killer, no filler, worn brakes learn to cad with Fusion 360.

Install Fusion 360

How to license it (for free):

https://autode.sk/2ykcB7C

We are in the beginning of writing a comprehensive guide but to start with read this guide. Getting Started in Fusion 360.

Below are some existing videos of learning to navigate and use fusion 360.

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Pay attention to the rectangular pattern:

Take a break,
cad some things on your own.
Watch this.
This is a long one, its kinda like a final exam.

Note: CAD along as you watch these videos (IMPORTANT!!!).
Advanced techniques
Topology Optimization

7 thoughts on “Getting Started Guide 5 – Learn To CAD

  1. Really Fusion 360? It’s a cloud software where you can’t save your project files locally if you wanted to, and it’s already a busybody about Win7. How do we know it’s not keeping track of filenames as so-called “anonymous metadata”?

  2. where can I find the slicer settings? I watched the “Quick Start” on your YouTube channel but I need the “pew” settings.

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