Autodesk offers multiple 3D modeling software solutions, incluiding Fusion 360. This software aims to be a complete solution, offering CAD tools, but also CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) and CAU (computer-aided engineering).
Fusion 360 is cloud-based and integrates, as mentioned above, CAD, CAM and CAE tools with the aim of unifying design, engineering and manufacturing on a single platform. In terms of 3D modeling, it offers sketching, parametric modeling, direct modeling, freeform modeling, surface modeling, sheet metal, mesh modeling, assemblies and PCB design integrations. In addition, you can save your 3D model in a variety of formats, including .STL and .OBJ for 3D printing. One of the main advantages of the software is that it is cloud-based, which means that it facilitates the development of collaborative work.
In this webinar, we will present, in a general way, the capabilities of Fusion 360. It is aimed at both completely new users, as well as those with a basic knowledge of the software or who have only worked with 2D programs. Therefore, the objective is to show the versatility of the tool and parametric models, and how it can be useful for collaborative projects.
The session will be held virtually on Friday, October 21 at 7 p.m. and will last approximately one hour.
The session will be given by Rubén Rodríguez, Industrial Technical Engineer, specialized in Mechanics at the Public University of Navarra (UPNA). It has also made one Master’s Degree in Materials Engineering and Manufacturing Processes at UPNA. He has worked in different areas of the industrial sector and has been working as a consultant for more than 4 years Autodesk software specialist in the disciplines of CAD, CAU and CAM, as well as PDM – PLM consultant at SEYS (Semiconductores y Sistemas S.A.).