This week’s selection is “Autodesk Fusion 360: A Power Guide for Beginners and Intermediate Users” by John Willis and Sandeep Dogra.
This week’s question is about obtaining or making 3D models for printing.
There are dozens of different software tools to produce 3D models for 3D printing, but all fall into four categories.
n exporting a 3D model.
This week’s selection is “A Beginner’s Guide to 3D Modeling” by Cameron Coward.
Autodesk’s latest version of Fusion 360 includes significant changes to their mesh processing functionality.
In the near future, there may be complications for companies as increasing numbers of home-built spare parts are produced.
This week’s selection is “The 3D Printing Cookbook: Fusion 360 Edition” by David YM Seto and Michael J Welch.
A brief mention in an Autodesk post suggests Formlabs is to integrate functionality within Fusion 360.
Xometry has provided a plug-in for direct integration with Autodesk Fusion 360.
Gluing is a practice all 3D printer operators will eventually perform, and Prusa Research has published what could be the definitive guide for it.
Autodesk is offering a notable discount on their powerful 3D CAD tool, Fusion 360.
Autodesk announced a very interesting addition to Netfabb: Fusion 360!
Want to 3D print feathers that actually look, feel and act life feathers? Read on!
Autodesk announced during its recent Advanced Manufacturing Summit that some of its powerhouse manufacturing tools would be added to Fusion 360, including PowerMill, PowerShape and PowerInspect.
The latest update from the Fusion 360 crew has us pulling our sock over our knee-caps and throwing our hats in the air.
It’s been several days since Autodesk announced big changes to their Fusion 360 Personal licensing program. What reactions have occurred?
The discussion about subdivision modeling has opened up significantly since the start of this series.
Autodesk abruptly announced some significant changes in the functionality of the free version of Fusion 360, their flagship 3D design tool.
At long last Autodesk has resolved a long-standing issue with Fusion 360: the ability to easily emboss a curved surface.
You’ve got some options when you need to create graphics for assembly instructions and technical documents but when you need to create animated assembly or service instructions your options narrow quite a bit.
We’ve learned Autodesk has an excellent promotion this month for their very popular Fusion 360 suite.
Autodesk is offering use of their powerful CAD tool, Fusion 360, at no charge for a limited time to help emergency COVID-19 efforts.
This week’s selection is the Strawberry Planter by Joel Telling.
Autodesk surprised everyone by suddenly adding a way to slice 3D print jobs directly within their popular Fusion 360. But is it something you will use?
Autodesk has revealed that Fusion 360 now includes ECAD functionality.
If you’re a user of Fusion 360, your subscription now includes access to Autodesk EAGLE, the electronic design automation software to aid schematic layout or determine PCB routing and component placement.
This week’s selection is “Fusion 360 For Makers” by Lydia Sloane Cline.
It wasn’t too long ago when the concept of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and the capabilities of generative design seemed like some far off sci-fi future.
Autodesk is expanding its Fusion 360 repertoire by adding extensions.
It will no longer be as easy to obtain a free license of Autodesk Fusion 360 CAD software with new requirements for qualification.
If you ever wanted to create threaded fasteners for screws, nuts, bolts and the like on the fly using good old Fusion 360, Autodesk has a simple method to easily implement them.
Using Autodesk Fusion 360 for manufacturing? Autodesk has introduced extensions to the popular 3D CAD software to enhance manufacturing and additive operations.
Autodesk Fusion 360 is bringing in the new year with a User Interface (UI) facelift!
In the latest Autodesk 360 Fusion update there are a couple of new features specifically addressing the needs of 3D printing.
I’m reading a detailed post by Ars Technica on automated theft of AutoCAD designs, but is this also applicable to 3D print designs?
This week’s selection is “Fusion 360 for Makers: Design Your Own Digital Models for 3D Printing and CNC Fabrication” by Lydia Sloan Cline.
Fusion 360 has been garnering a lot of buzz recently for its ability to combine a number of design tools into one holistic platform.