Fusion 360 is the first 3D CAD, CAM, and CAE tool of its kind. It connects the entire development process in a single cloud-based platform that works on both Mac and PC. This comprehensive 3D modelling package is free for teachers and students and enables the creation of single models, complex assemblies and simulations. Fusion 360 has cloud functionality to enable collaboration and accessibility. You have the choice to output your work to CNC tool-paths, STL files for 3D printing, profiles for laser cutting, photo-realistic renderings and 2D technical drawings. This is a one day course, so we won’t be able to explore the software in all its complexity but we will learn enough to springboard candidates into Fusion 360 and overcome the hurdles that can prevent continued self-learning. The course will be very hands-on with a sample project as a goal for the day.
For teachers who have used CAD software before and want to springboard into Fusion 360, a free to schools cloud-based 3D CAD software for 3D Printers & Laser Cutters.
This is a one day course, so we won’t be able to explore the software in all its complexity but we will learn enough to springboard candidates into Fusion 360 and overcome the hurdles that can prevent continued self-learning. The course will be very hands-on with a sample project as a goal for the day.
This course contributes to 6.5 professional development hours.
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5 hours and 30 minutes
Setting up an Autodesk account
The Autodesk Fusion 360 Community
Session 1: Navigation
• Work plane configuration
• The Timeline
Session 2: Creating Bodies
• From a sketch
• Altering sketch dimensions
• Body creation options
Session 3: Modifying Bodies
• Split solid
Session 4: Creating Assemblies and Simulations
Session 5: The Carbineer Project
Candidates will create a multi part model and use the components to make a simulated assembly.
Session 6: Output options
• 3D Printing
• CNC Toolpaths
• 2D Technical drawings
Candidates need to bring a laptop with a computer mouse to participate in the training.
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It would have been good one to create project from the very beginning and apply all elements to the one project. E.g. Create, render, automate, etc. one project instead of lots of small of separate projects.
The instruction were too wordy and very confusing. Screenshots would be easier to follow.
Course was a good intro .Would like to see a more advanced course – part 2.
Very thorough considering the time constantly.
Ben was good at explaining concepts. I liked the assemblies.
Good pace,realistic expectations for a day course.
Excellent! Great project based learning.
Very good understanding of the type of components.
I am a teacher who has taught in the classroom, ESL, Learning Support and RFF. Ben is an engineer and has been involved in 3D Printing over the last five years. Our Course has been endorsed by BOSTES, we are running holiday workshops at the Science Centre in Wollongong, running Learning Labs for primary and high school students at UOW, written a nationally recognised course for 3D Printing using 5 units of competency. Involved in creating a 3D printing course with TAFE, involved with setting up a FabLab at UTS with Professor Sheather. We are also working with UOW to run a 3D Printing competition.
Founded by Ben Roberts, an Electronics Engineer, Electronics Trade Certificate, Associate Diploma in Electronics Engineering, Cert IV: Computer Graphics and Animation, Cert IV: Training and Assessment (TAE40110 incl. TAELLN411), and Heike Roberts, a professional teacher, Bachelor of Education, Cert IV: Training and Assessment (TAE40110 incl. TAELLN411), BA (Interpreting & Translation). Modfab self-funded two pilot programs in Illawarra schools. The first was at Figtree High School where three 3D printers, consumables and training were supplied. Perceiving the needs of teachers when dealing with new technology, Modfab also generated a suite of training materials and ready to go lessons, so that the teachers could incorporate the 3D printers into their curriculum planning more easily.
The second Pilot program was run at Figtree Heights Public School to gain some insight on how 3D printing could be utilised in the K-6 years NSW Syllabus. Both of these pilot programs were a great success, and allowed Modfab to further tailor its training and lesson content to suit primary and secondary schools. Modfab’s activities gained the attention of NSW State Training who agreed to assist in running a pilot program to train teachers in 3D printing. This resulted in fourteen candidates from primary school, secondary school and TAFE, gaining nationally recognised training in 3D printing. From then Modfab has trained over 45 teachers from TAFE, high School and primary school, and provided training support and after sales support to over 23 schools.
Modfab also runs holiday workshops at the Wollongong Science Centre, and a 3D Printing and CAD Modelling Course: Become a Maker – Early Learning Labs (a holiday program for gifted and talented students), (Years 5 – 6 Only) and Learning Labs (Years 7- 10 only) at the University of Wollongong.
Modfab has been endorsed as a training provider by BOSTES and completing the “Comprehensive 3D Printing and 3D CAD Modelling: From STEM to STREAHMD course will contribute 10 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 3.1.2, 3.3.2, 3.4.2, 4.4.2, 4.5.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation.