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Learn Fusion 360 in 30 Days, Day #4: 3D Model a Whiskey Bottle
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Auto Project Edges on Reference (required)This setting used to be on by default. You'll want to enable it to ensure the rails snap to the profiles before using the Loft command. Otherwise, you'll likely run into the common Loft error that says "rails do not touch all profiles." Click your Profile Photo (or initial...
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Learn Fusion 360 in 30 Days, Day #6: 3D Model a Hex Nut
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Auto Project Edges on Reference (required)This setting used to be on by default. You'll want to enable it to ensure the triangle we sketch (to create the Chamfer of the Hex Nut) allows us to snap to the edges of the 3D body. Click your Profile Photo (or initials) > Preferences > Design (tab on left) > Check "Auto...
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Learn Fusion 360 in 30 Days, Day #10: 3D Model a Phone Case
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Auto Project Edges on Reference (required)This setting used to be on by default. You'll want to enable it to ensure the sketch geometry references the imported phone model. Click your Profile Photo (or initials) > Preferences > Design (tab on left) > Check "Auto Project Edges on Reference" > Apply > close the dia...
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Learn Fusion 360 in 30 Days, Day #13: Bodies vs Components Explained
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Bodies and components still function the same but note that Fusion 360's ability to also serve as a 'Bottom-Up Assembly' structure has improved. Fusion 360 is now seen as one of the few CAD packages that are versatile enough to handle both Bottom-Up and Top-Down assemblies.
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Learn Fusion 360 in 30 Days, Day #15: 3D Model a Painter's Tripod
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Mirror Compute Options1. Optimized is the fastest. It uses some internal code that just mirrors the faces of the feature. However, there are some limitations.2. Identical is the next fastest. This method just extracts the tool body of the feature, mirrors that tool body, then joins the results at the end.3. Adjust...
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Learn Fusion 360 in 30 Days, Day #19: 3D Model a Hinged Box (Part 2 of 2)
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Extend Faces in Extrude DialogThe Extend Faces (formerly Chain Faces) was originally on the right-hand side of the dialog. You will find that they have swapped the two icons. Be sure to select Extend Faces on the left-hand side.Auto Project Edges on Reference (required)This setting used to be on by default. You'll...
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Learn Fusion 360 in 30 Days, Day #25: Intro to Assemblies and Joints
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Joint Dialog ChangesOverall, Joints and As-Built Joints work in the same manner as before. However, you will notice some changes to the layout and terminology used in the Joints dialogs. Note that motions have been moved to a second tab. Various 'Mode' options allow for easier placement of the Joint origin.
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Learn Fusion 360 in 30 Days, Day #2: 3D Model a Beer Bottle
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Attached Canvas is now Canvas (reference)The Attached Canvas feature was simply renamed to "Canvas," but the feature functions exactly the same.Blue Background now Represents a Closed Profile (reference)When using modeling commands that require a closed profile shape, you will need to look for a light-blue backgro...
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Learn Fusion 360 in 30 Days, Day #5: 3D Model an Ice Cube Tray
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Change the Document Units to Inches (optional)I used imperial units in this tutorial because that happened to be the ice cube tray dimensions I found online. You can still follow along with millimeters if that's what you prefer. Otherwise, simply toggle the Document Settings > hover over the Units area > select th...
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