Design a 3D Slider Heart Pendant in Fusion 360 - 6 Easy Step
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Design a 3D Slider Heart Pendant in Fusion 360 - 6 Easy Step

In 6 Easy Steps You Will Design a Heart Slider Pendant in Autodesk Fusion 360. No Experience Necessary.
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Created by Dee Brown
Last updated 1/2018
English
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This course includes
  • 36 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will be able to design, model and render a 3D heart slider pendant using Autodesk Fusion 360.
Requirements
  • No previous knowledge is necessary for this course.
  • You will need to download Autodesk Fusion 360. It is free for educators, students and hobbyist. There is a free trial for everyone else.
Description

Have you ever wanted to learn how to design your own jewelry using CAD/CAM software? This is your opportunity to learn at your own pace. This is a BEGINNER course.  No previous experience is needed.  This is the perfect class to gain exposure to 3D jewelry design and modeling.  

This class uses Autodesk Fusion 360.  This CAD/CAM software is used by professionals but is FREE to students, educators, hobbyist and startups.  If you are a hobbyist or startup you must make less than $100,000 a year to qualify for the FREE version of the software.  Fusion 360 is cloud based.  

SIX EASY STEPS:

We start by talking  about designing in a 3D space.

We will then become familiar with frequently used tools for jewelry designing in Fusion 360.

Lesson 1 we setup our workspace with the tools and settings needed for designing and modeling jewelry. We then use the spline tool to start drawing the heart shape for the pendant.

In Lesson 2 we use the mirror tool to finish the heart and we use the press and pull tool to turn the heart into a three dimensional shape.

In Lesson 3 we create the hole for the chain to slide through by using the spline and sweep tools.

In Lesson 4 we use the fillet tool to smooth out the edges of the pendant.

In Lesson 5 & 6 we save to our Fusion 360 cloud account and export the file as a .STL file for 3D printing.

We will look at basic model rendering options in Fusion 360.

After completing this class you will have a solid foundation for creating a slider pendant for 3D printing. 

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who is interested in designing jewelery for 3D printing.
Course content
Expand all 10 lectures 35:44
+ Introduction
3 lectures 15:32

You will learn to design and model a 3D heart slider pendant in six easy steps. 

Preview 00:21

We will start by talking about geometric planes and designing in a 3D space.

Preview 03:56

We will then become familiar with frequently used tools for jewelry designing in Fusion 360.

Preview 11:15
+ Design, Model & Render a 3D Heart Slider Pendant
7 lectures 20:12

Lesson 1 we setup our workspace with the tools and settings needed for designing and modeling jewelry. We then use the spline tool to start drawing the heart shape for the pendant.

Lesson 1
02:26

In Lesson 2 we use the mirror tool to finish the heart and we use the press and pull tool to turn the heart into a three dimensional shape.

Lesson 2
02:10

In Lesson 3 we create the hole for the chain to slide through by using the spline and sweep tools.

Lesson 3
03:16

In Lesson 4 we use the fillet tool to smooth out the edges of the pendant.

Lesson 4
01:29

In Lesson 5 & 6 we save to our Fusion 360 cloud account and export the file as a .STL file for 3D printing.

Lesson 5 & 6
02:41

We will look at basic model rendering options in Fusion 360.

Model Rendering
07:36
Congratulations
00:34