Fusion 360 Modelling Fundamentals - Part 2Please note, it is a two-part series: January 21st (Part 1) and January 28th (Part 2) from 1-3 PM. 

Participants will learn to use Fusion 360 to create 3D models of parts and assemblies. Topics covered will include how to create and access files on the cloud; sketching, sketch commands and keyboard shortcuts; dimensions and constraints; using extrude, revolve and sweep commands for creating bodies; creating offset and reference planes; navigating around and aligning bodies and components. Participants in the session will follow along with the facilitator to create simple parts, step-by-step, with time allotted for questions and to discuss specific projects. This session continues the learning from the online 'Teaser -3D Modelling with Fusion' session also facilitated by Alex.

Participants are strongly encouraged to create an Autodesk account by going to accounts.autodesk.com

4-hour Course Price:
(Member Admission ) $60.00
(General Admission) $80.00

Facilitator: Alex Wimbush
Alex is a multi-disciplinary fabricator, designer and impresario who studied mechanical engineering technology at George Brown, worked for years as a bike mechanic and has designed work holding fixtures for manufacturing, among other things. He likes solving problems, fasteners, the Memphis group, and fantasy art. He is the proud inventor of a noise-making apparatus called the goth box and of a wildly impractical safety light made using corn syrup.

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