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Phil Eichmiller

PD18157: Fusion 360 101: Introducing Fusion 360

(Duration 01:26:59)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Get Fusion 360 installed and log in
  • Learn how to create a simple sketch and part
  • Learn how to make a simple assembly relationship
  • Learn how to render or print a design

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Heard about Fusion 360 software? Seen a few videos? Haven't taken the plunge yet? Online tutorials not your thing? This class is for people who want an in-person and up-close introduction to Fusion 360 software. We'll cover the basics, from login to exit, sketch to part, to assembly and beyond. The intent is to give you an overview that will help you understand the scope and power of Fusion 360 software, whether you’re a CAD veteran or just curious about what it can do for you. This session features Fusion 360 and A360.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD professionals/managers

Makers

Product Designers

...and anyone who has heard of Fusion 360 but hasn't had the time to get to know it.

Speakers

Speakers

Phil Eichmiller

Phil Eichmiller has worked with Inventor software as a product designer for 15 years, and he’s been teaching Inventor software for the CAD Program at Portland Community College for the last 8 years. He currently is also a senior software quality assurance engineer for Autodesk, Inc., on the Fusion 360 Team, where he enjoys testing, presenting, and teaching about Fusion 360 software. Roller derby is his favorite pastime, especially watching his daughters, who are both junior roller derby stars in Portland, Oregon.

Bryce Heventhal

Bryce Heventhal is the Technical Marketing Manager for Fusion 360. He has 9+ years of CAD and FEA experience, with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. When he is not designing he is out rock climbing.

Aaron Magnin

Aaron attended the University of Nevada, Reno, where he obtained a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He interned at a sheet metal shop before finding a full-time position at a safety shower/plumbing manufacturer. From there he became an applications engineer for a software reseller where he focussed on simulation products including FEA and CFD.

Joel Palioca

Joel Palioca has been a Software Quality Assurance Engineer at Autodesk for the past 4 years working on Autodesk Product Design Suite, and currently Fusion 360. His time with CAD has allowed him to experience different perspectives on design, manufacturing, and engineering, as well as visualization of applications. Joel has been using CAD for the past 15 years, across a variety of different solutions. His desire to continue learning, and assisting users is what drives Joel every day to produce quality products.

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Published

  • 2016
  • PD18157
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Fusion 360
  • A360

Industries

  • General Manufacturing and Product Design
  • Education

Topics

  • Product Design
  • Manufacturing and Production