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Learning Fusion 360

Discussion in 'DRAWING, LAYOUT & CAD' started by Mach89, Mar 18, 2017.

  1. Mach89

    Mach89 United States Active Member Active Member

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    So, I downloaded Autodesk Fusion 360 a couple days ago. I've been playing with it quite a bit, and the more I learn about it, the more I like it. There are a few things I've discovered that I don't care for, but my opinions are my own.

    After a lot of trial and error and research, I managed to draw up a collet chuck for my lathe that I'm planning to make. I'm sure the real chuck won't look this pretty, but as long as it work, I'll be happy. This is a rendered image of the design. I took what others have done and put my own needs with it.

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    USMCDOC United States Active Member Active Member

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    i am new to CAD so to speak.. i have tried others.. but had a hard time learning them.. Fusion 360 seems so easy with all of the toots that are on U'tube! Main thing now is remembering what i have learned to this point!
     

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