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- Learning the Autodesk Fusion 360 interface.
- To Create/Constrain/Dimension 2D sketches.
- Create/Edit Solid 3D Features.
- Create/Use Construction Features.
- Create Equations and Work with Parameters.
- Manipulate the Feature History of a Design.
- Duplicate Geometry in a Design.
- Place/Constrain/Connect Components in a Single Design File.
- Define Motion in a Multi-component Design.
- Create Components/Features in a Multi-component Design.
- Create/Edit T-spline Geometry.
- Document a Design in Drawings.
- Define Structural Constraints/Loads for Static Analysis.
- Individuals willing to learn designing in Autodesk Fusion 360.
- Those who wish to earn the Autodesk Fusion 360 Certified User accreditation.
- Knowledge of drafting 3D parts is recommended, not mandatory.
- Experience with Microsoft Windows operating system.
Virtual Instructor-led Sessions
- Autodesk-approved Subject-matter Experts
- Authorized Content
- Approved and Quality Ensured training Material
- 24*7 learner assistance and support
- Fusion 360 Fundamentals.
- Get Started.
- Fusion 360 Interface.
- Design Navigation and Display.
- Design Units and Origin.
- Quick Shape Creation.
- Sketching Workflow Introduction.
- Sketching Entities.
- Sketching Constraints.
- Extruding/Revolving a Sketch.
- Additional Entity Types.
- Editing Tools.
- Additional Dimension Tools.
- Rectangular/Circular Sketch Patterns.
- Using Existing Geometry.
- Edit Pick/Place Features.
- Split Face.
- Press Pull.
- Reorder/Insert Features.
- Suppress Features.
- Measure/Section Analysis.
- Direct Modeling.
- Mirroring Geometry.
- Patterning Features.
- Assembly Design Methods.
- Distributed Design.
- Joint Origins.
- Assigning Joints.
- Rigid Groups.
- Interference Detection.
- Miscellaneous Joint Tools.
- Multi-Body Design Tools.
- As-Built Joints.
- Sculpt Environment Introduction.
- Surface Quick Shapes.
- Create Sketched T-Spline Surfaces.
- Create Faces and Filling Holes.
- Edit Form Geometry.
- Delete Entities.
- Work with Edges/Faces/Points.
- Controlling Symmetry.
- Thickening Geometry.
- Create a New Drawing.
- Additional Drawing Views.
- Exploded Views.
- Manipulate Drawings.
- Other Annotations.
- Parts List and Balloons.
- Annotation/Dimension Settings.
- Drawing Output.
- Simulation Environment Introduction.
- Set up a Structural Static Analysis.
- Set up the Mesh.
- Solve a Design Study.
- Visualize the Results.
Yes! The in-demand Fusion 360 is often acknowledged as the best cloud-based 3D modeling, CAD, CAM, CAE, PCB product design and manufacturing software. It unifies your design, engineering, electronics, and manufacturing into a single platform. Altogether, modeling with Autodesk's Fusion 360 is simple, powerful, and fast, sufficient for most design projects.
AutoCAD is merely a CAD application for creating 2D/3D drawings; however, Fusion 360 is an integrated CAD, CAM, CAE, and PCB software.
It can be described as a time-saving CAD tool that helps in eliminating the need for design engineers to constantly redraw designs each time one of the design dimensions changes.
It is introductory or entry-level training.
The hands-on Fusion 360 course is highly practice-intensive.
Vinsys remains a globally admired Corporate/Individual training provider and an Autodesk-authorized center with seasoned industry experts sharing an official curriculum.
Our instructor-led Fusion 360 online training, customizable skill-development programs, and 24*7 learner support ensure the most comprehensive upskilling experience, a must for capitalizing on valuable Autodesk Fusion 360 opportunities.
Please refer to our updated Autodesk Course calendar here.