Learn computer-aided design with Fusion 360

Sharpen your design skills and explore the world of computer-aided design (CAD) by enrolling in the Marshall Advanced Manufacturing Center’s (MAMC) Introduction to Fusion 360 course offered through the Marshall University Skills Exchange.

Participants will explore the powerful potential of Fusion 360 and its key features. They will learn to create basic 2D sketches then progress to 3D solid-modeling tools as well as create and assemble parts using core parametric modeling techniques. In addition, they will learn to design and export files for 3D printing or other manufacturing processes.

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Navigate the Fusion 360 user interface
  • Create and manage design files
  • Create components and assemblies
  • Define sketches
  • Create and modify solid bodies using core CAD features
  • Set up and generate product renderings
  • Export files for 3D printing or other manufacturing processes

In-person classes will be offered two consecutive Mondays and Wednesdays (4 days) from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at MAMC in Huntington. The cost is $350 per person. Registrants will be notified of exact dates after they sign up.

To learn more about “Introduction to Fusion 360” and to register for the course, visit https://marshall.geniussis.com/Registration.aspx. For additional details, contact MAMC’s Ian Blache at 304-781-1657.

The Marshall Skills Exchange is a new university portal that offers individuals on-demand access to in-demand knowledge and skills as well as the ability to earn micro credentials. For details and a complete course list, visit www.marshall.edu/microcredentials.

April 29, 2024

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