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Fusion 360: Design a 3D Printable One-Hand Book Holder

for Hobbyists and Creatives looking to 3D print their own unique designs!

Fusion 360 Design a One-Hand Book Holder

About This Course

Fusion 360 is an intuitive 3D Modeling package where you can create your own unique designs for 3D Printing. By the end of this course, you'll know how to create your own One-Hand Book Holder. 

With this new skill, you’ll be able to create custom 3D Printable designs for your personal use, selling at craft fairs, or selling on popular online marketplaces, such as Etsy!

Fusion 360 is a free 3D modeling software (for Hobbyists) that lets you digitally create your custom designs in three dimensions. Your 3D model can then be 3D printed.

I’ll cover how to create 2D sketches, turn the sketches into three-dimensional objects, how to use Fusion 360’s extrude command, and more. Along the way, you’ll also learn some Fusion 360 best practices. This course requires no previous experience working in Fusion 360.

This Course Is For You If...

  • you have access to a 3D printer (or plan on having a company print it) 

  • you're a creative person

  • you like creating unique designs

  • you want to learn Fusion 360's core features

  • you're brand new to Fusion 360

What You'll Learn

  • Core Features - learn some core features used to turn 2D sketches into 3D objects

  • Best Practices - I'll walk you through several different workflows and considerations

  • Fully-Define Sketches - learn how to work with sketch constraints to fully-define your sketches

  • Export as STL - export your final designs for 3D printing software

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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Course Overview

    • Welcome to the course!

  • 2

    Sketching in Fusion 360

    • Saving the File

    • Starting the 2D Sketch

    • Continuing the 2D Sketch

    • Fully-Constraining the Sketch

  • 3

    Turning Sketches into 3D Bodies

    • Turning the Sketch into a 3D Body

    • Making the Edges Soft with Fillets

  • 4

    Exporting for 3D Printing

    • Export as STL for 3D Printing

  • 5

    Conclusion

    • One-Hand Book Holder Summary

Meet Your Instructor!

Kevin Kennedy

Product Designer and CAD Instructor

With more than 12 years of CAD experience, Kevin has brought products to market with notable companies such as Amazon, Nikon, Sony, and Oracle, to name a few.

As an early adopter of Fusion 360, he quickly became recognized as an Autodesk Expert Elite member. He continues to contribute to the future of Fusion 360 by working closely with the product team. Many know him for his Fusion 360 tutorials on YouTube, which have 4 million+ views.

His courses at The PDO Academy combine cognitive science with years of design and CAD experience, resulting in concepts that stick. With students ranging from 8 to 80 years old, he's making CAD education accessible to all backgrounds.

As a 3D Printing evangelist, he enjoys designing and building custom parts, prototyping inventions, and more.

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100% Satisfaction Guarantee

This course is a great starting guide to get your 'feet wet' with learning Fusion 360 for 3D printing. With step-by-step tutorials, my lessons have helped hundreds of students become equipped with the knowledge to create their own designs.

I'm confident you're going to love this course and find it to be a valuable investment in yourself. If for any reason you're not satisfied, simply reach out within 7 days for a full refund.

Cheers,
Kevin Kennedy

P.S. Learning any new software package can be daunting - Fusion 360 is no different. To help you learn Fusion 360, I've incorporated cognitive science and other learning methods into this course. You'll also find the course sections to be broken into bite-sized lessons, making it easy to continue where you left off.


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