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- To describe the differences between solid and T-Spline surface modeling.
- Create new projects, load files into projects, and open files for use in the Fusion 360 software.
- Use the Autodesk Fusion 360 interface, navigate a design, locate commands, and control a design’s visual display.
- Create T-Spline surface geometry using the Box, Plane, Cylinder, Sphere, Torus, and Quadball quick shape tools.
- Create planar and non-planar flat surfaces.
- Attach a canvas image to a plane and use it to create T-Spline geometry.
- Edit the shape of a T-Spline’s control frame by manipulating its points, edges, and faces.
- Assign/Clear symmetry on T-Spline geometry.
- Create/Constrain/Dimension 2D sketches.
- Create/Use construction features in a design.
- Create extruded T-Spline geometry by extruding a sketch.
- Create revolved T-Spline geometry by revolving a sketch around a centerline.
- Create swept T-Spline geometry utilizing appropriate path and profile entities.
- Create lofted T-Spline geometry using appropriate profile and reference entities.
- Professionals interested in using parametric and surface modeling techniques to create 3D designs.
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- Fusion 360 Modeling Techniques.
- Fusion 360 Interface.
- Designing Navigation/Selection.
- Designing Display.
- Designing Units and Origin.
- Surface Quick Shapes.
- Creating a Face.
- Filling a Hole.
- Working with Canvas.
- Editing Form Geometry.
- Deleting Entities.
- Working with Edges/Faces/Points.
- Controlling Symmetry.
- Thickening Geometry.
- Sketching Workflow Introduction.
- Sketching Entities.
- Sketching Constraints.
- Construction Features.
- Sculpted Extrude and Revolve.
- Sculpted Sweeps and Lofts.
Surface Modeling, a popular mathematical technique for architectural designs and renderings, allows users to look at the particular object at specific angles with solid surfaces.
No, it carries a hands-on and practice-intensive curriculum.
16 hours, spread across 2 days.
Vinsys is the premier 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 support ensure the most comprehensive upskilling experience, necessary for capitalizing on valuable Autodesk Fusion 360 opportunities.
Yes, an Autodesk training completion certificate.
What’s the Cost of Enrolling in Autodesk’s Fusion 360 Introduction to Sculpting with T-Spline Surfaces Training at Vinsys?
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