You should be able to use a PC at a beginner level.
This course is designed to teach Fusion 360 in the way that I learn best - with start to finish project tutorials. As a self-taught 3D modeler, I found it difficult and frustrating to understand a tool or process without having any context for when it might be used.
In "Fusion 360 For Hobbyists and Woodworkers" we model five different projects using only the tools necessary for that model. Each project gets progressively more difficult as you build on your newly acquired skills.
Why Learn CAD as a Hobbyist or Woodworker?
Use CAD to save time, money and materials.
Work from your own plans.
"Virtually prototype" your ideas before building them.
Design projects for CNC and 3D printing.
Why FUSION 360?
Design history timeline.
Joints and contact sets.
CAD and CAM in one.
What TOPICS Are Covered in This Course?
95% in the "Model" workspace.
3D model woodworking and 3D printing/CNC projects.
Create plans and technical drawings.
Apply materials and appearances to your design.
Add functionality to your ideas.
Who this course is for:
Woodworkers and hobbyists to want to 3D model their projects before building them in the shop.
People who want to design projects for 3D printing and CNC machines.
Mike Moyer and his wife Lauren run the YouTube channel Mike and Lauren" where they post DIY and how-to videos. While the majority of their projects are woodworking, Mike is not afraid to experiment with electronics, 3D printing, or car repairs. Mike uses Fusion 360 on a daily basis to "virtually prototype" his ideas before building them in the shop.