Fusion-360

Fusion-360

Description:

As products and experiences continue to increase in complexity, performance and quality targets are becoming more demanding. FUSION answers to that challenge, enabling rapid development of high-quality mechanical products. Mechanical engineers equipped with FUSION 3D Modeling tools can gain insight into key factors of quality and performance early in the product development phase. Digital prototyping, combined with digital analysis and simulation, allows product development teams to virtually create and analyze a mechanical product in its operating environment. FUSION Engineering provides the platform which enables engineers to create any type of 3D assembly, for a wide range of engineering processes.

Entry Qualification:

ITI or Draughtsman, Diploma or BE/BTECH from Mechanical / Production/Automotive Engineering Branch.

COURSE OUTLINE

Part Design:

  • Introduction
  • Creating Parts
  • Getting parts geometric information
  • Sketcher mode
  • Dimensioning
  • Sketch planes
  • Pad, Shaft, Multi section, rib etc features
  • Parametric Modeling
  • Modifying parts using History
  • Adding Fillet, Chamfer, Shell and Draft
  • Creating Patterns
  • Material

Assembly Design:

  • Creating Assembly Model
  • Managing Assembly Models
  • Defining Assembly constrains
  • BOM

Generative & Interactive Drafting:

  • Generative Drafting
  • Plotting various views
  • Exploded Views and BOM
  • Dimensioning
  • Section, Detail and Auxiliary views
  • Annotations, Symbols and Datum

Wireframe & Surface Design:

  • Creating multi-section features
  • Creating advance sweep features
  • Creating features
  • Modifying features
  • Advanced surface modeling

Sheet Metal Design:

  • Introduction to Sheet Metal
  • Bend, Jog, Dimple and Flange features
  • Hole cut, Lofted Flange features
  • Creating Flat Pattern

Animation:

  • Introduction to Animation
  • Animation sequence
  • Timeline
  • Animation recording

Extra Features:

  • Import, Export using FUSION
  • FUSION File Management
  • Blue Print Reading.
  • How to apply Tolerances using IS Standards.

 

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