Thursday, December 20, 2018

Fusion 360 Fundamentals Course

Fusion 360 course will learn to use the different workspaces within Fusion 360. In this 2-day course, candidates will progress from creating a basic sketch to full working assembly, which they will then learn to create renders, simulations, drawings and CAM tool paths. Following completions of this course candidates will become proficient in the creation of parts and assemblies of moderate complexity and how to document and showcase their designs.




DESCRIPTION

Fusion 360 course will learn to use the different workspaces within Fusion 360. In this 2-day course, candidates will progress from creating a basic sketch to full working assembly, which they will then learn to create renders, simulations, drawings and CAM tool paths. Following completions of this course candidates will become proficient in the creation of parts and assemblies of moderate complexity and how to document and showcase their designs.


OBJECTIVES:

1. Understand technical Mechanical drawings
2. Ability to draw technical drawings
3. Make any annotation as dimensions, text, hatch, symbols,…etc.
4. Prepare technical symbols and
5. Use Fusion 360 program to produce technical drawings.
6. Print and convert the drawings.


TRAINING STRUCTURE:
  •    Fusion 360 Professional  8 class x 4 hours = 32 hours
Requirements
  •    Fusion 360 installed on your computer.


Course Contents

Getting Started
• Starting and closing Fusion360
• Fusion file types
• User interface
Data and Projects
• Working with versions
• Working offline
• Design History
• Version Control
• Collaboration Live Review
Introduction to Modelling
• 2D Sketching + Design Intent
• Dimensions, Constraints, Construction
• Creating 3D part from a 2D Sketches
• Parametric and Direct Modelling
• Advanced Modelling Techniques
Assembly
• Difference between a body and a component
• Designing within an Assembly
• Converting Bodies to Components
• Creating Joints
• McMaster Carr Catalogue
Freeform and Patch Workspace
• Creating and Editing a freeform body
• Using reference image
• Converting freeform body to a solid body
Sheet Metal
• Create and Edit Sheet metal rules
• Flat patterns
• Exporting DXF as flat pattern
CAM
• Setting up a CAM project
• Tool Libraries
• 2D and 3D Tool Paths and Simulations
Render and Animation
• Rendering, Applying Appearance and Environment
• Animation of Exploded view and Presentations
Simulation
• Simulation Types
• Shape Optimizations
Drawings and View Creation
• Creating Views
• Dimensioning
• BOM

To Register In This Course:

                                                                    

Our Team

  • Hussien HafezAerospace Engineer
  • Mina MagedAerospace Engineer
  • Mohamed AliAerospace Engineer
  • Abdellatif RashedElectrical Engineer
  • Mostafa HamodaAerospace Engineer
  • Moaz El SweifyAerospace Engineer