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Autodesk Fusion 360

Course Overview

Training Plus Institute offers an advanced tool for professional engineers which is Fusion 360 and helps students and educators prepare for the future of design. It's the first 3D CAD, CAM, and CAE tool of its kind, connecting your entire product development process into one cloud-based platform. Conceptualize your various design interactions in a single platform with comprehensive set of modeling tools. The unified environment combines multiple modeling methods, giving you the flexibility to create high-quality products. Ensure form, fit, and function of your products with various analysis methods and expand your ability to innovate.

 

Course Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO):

  • Learners Getting Started with Autodesk Fusion, and they can navigate User Interface and panels, Ribbons etc
  • Learners will be creating basic sketch and drawings for basic shapes, and can models using Solid modeling features it will help them to make Mechanical shapes.
  • Learners can Edit solid models by using Editing-modeling commands. It will create objects that are more precise.
  • Learners can able to assemble their mechanical models which they did parts by parts.

 

Who should Attend:

Those who has in Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering, Diploma in Mechanical Diploma, Master in Engineering.

 

Personal Impact:

  • Professional skill development mechanical designs
  • Able to create professional mechanical 3d designs.
  • Able to apply professional skills in to job
  • Certified professional certificate
  • Enhancing career development.

 

Organizational Benefits

  • Increase productivity
  • Works will be professional
  • New technology implementing
  • Time saving.
  • Increasing reputation.

 

Certificate and Professional Qualification

Autodesk Fusion User Certification (ACU)

Course Duration: 40 hours

 

Daily Outline

Getting Started

  • Starting and closing Fusion 360
  • 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 Technique

 

Assembly

  • Difference between a body and a component
  • Designing within an Assembly
  • Converting Bodies to Components
  • Creating Joints.

 

Freeform and Patch Workspace

  • Creating and editing a freeform body
  • Using reference image
  • Converting freeform body to a solid body

 

Render and Animation

  • Rendering, Applying Appearance and Environment
  • Animation of Exploded view and Presentations

 

Drawings and View Creation

  • Creating Views
  • Dimensioning
  • BOM

 

Assessment Method

Exams require candidates to engage in on-the-job types of problem-solving. Question types include multiple-choice single answer, multiple-choice multiple answer, drag-and-drop, fill-in-the-blank, simulations, and lab Exercises which is mapping the objectives of the course which will analyses the learners Indented Learning Outcome (ILO).

 

Job Role:

  • Mechanical 3d Design engineer.
  • Mechanical 3d Draftsman.
  • Mechanical analysis Engineer.

 

Linked Programs

  • Autodesk AutoCAD
  • Autodesk Inventor

 

Course Prerequisites

  • Autodesk AutoCAD Certified Professional (ACP)
  • Autodesk Inventor Certified Professional (ACP)
  • Basic knowledge of Mechanical theory is an advantage.