This 9th session focuses on creating 2D drawings from 3D models.
Sometimes you need a 2D drawing to document your design. This session covers the highlights of how to get this done.
If you have gone through all 9 sessions, you should have at least a foundation for using Fusion 360 for woodworking. As I mentioned at the start, there is so much more capability than can be covered in any session and many resources available on-line.
- An overview of the user interface
- Creating a sketch with a line and a shape, as well as an introduction to parameters and constraints
- Bodies and components
- Fusion tips and copying design elements
- Creating a lap joint and using parametric design
- Parametric driven table base design
- Mortis and Tenon, putting top on the table
- Dovetails and using Revolve to create a pawn
- Generating drawings