• Hammerspace

    440 E 63rd St , Kansas City, MO (map)

  • 1/2 block east of Oak St. on 63rd St.
  • Fusion 360 is a new piece of Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Milling (CAM) software currently under development by Autodesk. Join our Introductory class to learn the basics of this exciting new software that has all other 3D Design programs shaking in fear!  

    Each student needs to bring their own Computer and Mouse to the class. We will assume you have a working knowledge of computers and a basic understanding 3 dimensional objects.

    In this two hour introductory class we will primarily cover:

    Downloading and Installing the free Maker/Educator edition of the Fusion 360 Software
    The Basics of the Fusion 360 Interface
    What is a Sketch Plane and How to use it
    Creating a 2D Sketch
    Defining Dimensions and Geometric Relationships
    Making a 2D Sketch into 3D Object
    Cutting through and making holes in Objects

    We will also briefly discuss:

    The Basics of Global Variables, Equations, and Parametric Design
    The Basics of CAM Toolpathing
    Fusion 360’s Rendering Tools

    If you have any worries about connecting to the Hammerspace Wifi, please arrive early so we can get you sorted out. Fusion 360 requires an internet connection to work properly.
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