Design a Gift Box in Fusion 360
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
Get your team access to 4,000+ top Udemy courses anytime, anywhere.Try Udemy for Business
- By the end of the course you should feel more confident in your design skills and ability to start creating your own models with Fusion 360.
- Completion of intro course - Fusion 360 for 3D Printing, or basic knowledge of Fusion 360.
Learn to design a gift box that can be 3D printed and given as a gift. It will add an extra personal touch to your next gift. We cover many useful modeling techniques in Fusion 360 including creating patterns, shells, mirrors, user parameters, the spline tool, and many others. Learn how to be more efficient with your sketches by taking advantage of sketch constraints and learning how and when to use them.
This is a project based course that walks you through creating a model that is comprised of several parts resulting in a beautiful gift box that you will love and be proud of. This is an excellent follow-up to the intro course - Fusion 360 for 3D Printing. By the end of the course you should feel more confident in your design skills and ability to start creating your own models with Fusion 360.
We also cover things to consider when designing for 3D printing such as modeling orientation and applying proper offsets to obtain the correct tolerances for that perfect fit when parts need to be assembled after 3D printing. This also includes a brief dive into using slicer software to prepare your model for 3D printing.
- Anyone looking to expand their design skills with Fusion 360
Make sure we are both working with millimeters as our units. Change modeling orientation to z-up plus a few other tweaks to the settings.
Start with an extruded rectangle and use a line to split the body into a top and bottom.
Use the shell command to easily hollow out the bottom portion of the gift box.