Autodesk workflow explained in ‘Fusion 360: Design for Additive Manufacturing’

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January 31, 2024

January 31, 2024

3D Printing with Fusion 360 is designed to guide individuals looking to use Autodesk’s Fusion 360 in their Additive Manufacturing design process (Courtesy Packt Publishing)
3D Printing with Fusion 360 is designed to guide individuals looking to use Autodesk’s Fusion 360 in their Additive Manufacturing design process (Courtesy Packt Publishing)

A new 438-page book from Packt Publishing Limited, UK, is designed to guide individuals looking to use Autodesk’s Fusion 360 in their Additive Manufacturing design process, as well as those seeking to enhance their skills and maximize the full potential of the popular CAD software. Written by Sualp Ozel, Senior Project Manager at Autodesk, Inc, the book is titled 3D Printing with Fusion 360: Design for Additive Manufacturing and Level up your Simulation and Print Preparation Skills.

Available in both paperback and digital formats, the publication aims to enhance readers’ proficiency in Autodesk’s Fusion design software for AM workflows by instructing on repairing broken STLs and designing for AM, as well as positioning, supporting and slicing parts.

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This text provides guidance on using Autodesk Fusion to import and repair external designs, as well as create native lightweight designs for Additive Manufacturing. It also explains how to set up AM within Fusion’s Manufacture workspaces and explores various Additive Manufacturing technologies and the build preparation steps required for their usage.

3D Printing with Fusion 360 is available to purchase from Packt Publishing here.

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