Welcome to the world of 3D printing! In this class, you will build on your knowledge. You'll start with printing a useful tool to help you predict the accuracy of your prints so your designs will work. Next, you'll learn how to measure and recreate physical objects in 3D so that you can design new objects around them, then you'll learn about printing with support structures. With this class and enough practice, you'll be a pro in no time. This class is the next level after Beginner 3D Printing.
Lesson 1: A live demo of the stamp project: https://youtu.be/RtKdGo-_YQ4
Lesson 2: Covers the Sculpt tools in Fusion 360: https://youtu.be/V126jQK7Urg
Lesson 3: Demonstrates more complex modeling and mechanical joints: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4XnonJ55Ag
Enter an Instructables Contest!
If you've used the skills you learned in this class to design something awesome, try writing an instructable about it and entering one of our contests for a chance to win some awesome prizes!
Fusion 360 Web App
The browser-only version of Fusion 360 is finally live! You can now sketch, 3D model, and export files for 3D printing all in a web browser (Google Chrome probably works best). If you already have a Fusion account, just go to your projects and click on any project, then click the + New > Fusion Design.
Lesson 1: Tools + Materials
This is a list of tools, materials, and services that will help you make your projects.
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Lesson 3: Base Model
You'll create a rough model with proper dimensions based on bottle measurements.
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Lesson 4: Mechanical Assembly
You'll create a virtual mechanical assembly to test out the motion of the lock.
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Lesson 5: 3D Printing With Support Structures
Support structures will help you print complex 3D objects with smooth, accurate results.
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Now that you have the skills, what are you waiting for?
Get out there and make something!