Introduction to Design for Innovation using Fusion 360

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Introduction to Design for Innovation using Fusion 360

Introduction to Design for Innovation using Fusion 360

Designing a Clean Drinking Water Solution for Emerging Economies

Language: english

Note: 4.4/5 (552 notes) 15,179 students

Instructor(s): Autodesk Education

Last update: 2018-02-15

What you’ll learn

  • Apply key aspects of the design thinking process
  • Apply strategies of design thinking to solve a problem
  • Create a representative 3D model to communicate your ideas
  • Develop your digital design skills using Autodesk Fusion 360
  • Digitally prototype your ideas and present them to stakeholders for refinement and iteration

 

Requirements

  • Access to a computer that is capable of running Autodesk Fusion 360
  • Internet access
  • Three button mouse is preferred
  • Fusion 360 works on PCs and MACs

 

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Description

** All videos updated September 4, 2016 **

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How do designers and engineers come up with great ideas and make them real?

Ideas are a dime a dozen. But taking ideas for new products or inventions from concept to reality requires more than just inspiration. It takes methodical processes–processes that can ensure predicted functional results. It requires, over time, a number of iterations to be modified and fine tuned. In other words, it takes a series of specific steps to turn a good idea into an equally good end product.

Design Thinking is a set of methods used to help analyze and define a potential solution to a problem–a product or new invention–from the perspective of the people who will ultimately use it. Design thinking aims to ensure that, in the process of turning an idea into reality, the end result is actually useful–that it solves the problem it’s trying to solve.

There are a lot viewpoints on Design Thinking. IDEO U, for one, provides a comprehensive set of examples supporting Design Thinking. Before you dive into this course, take a moment to familiarize yourself with IDEO U’s definition and processes related to Design Thinking.

About Autodesk Fusion 360

Fusion 360 is a cloud-based 3D visualization CAD/CAM tool for collaborative product development. Fusion 360 enables exploration and iteration on product ideas and collaboration within a distributed product development team. Most importantly, Autodesk Fusion 360 combines organic shape modelling, mechanical design, and manufacturing in one comprehensive package. Students, educators, enthusiasts, and startups are all entitled to a free license of Autodesk Fusion 360.

Course structure

The course is made up of four sections, each consisting of three to eight lectures. It is designed to facilitate learning at your own pace. Using the suggested timeline, you should be able to finish the entire course in four to six weeks.

 

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Who this course is for

  • Anyone from a non-design discipline such as engineering, business, and education interested in designing products by applying design thinking and digital CAD tools for visualizing.

 

Course content

  • Course Introduction
    • Course introduction and structure
    • Design problem introduction
    • Getting started with Autodesk Fusion 360
  • Fusion 360 practice projects
    • Exploration and ideation using Fusion 360: Sculpting – spoon (required)
    • Exploration and ideation using Fusion 360: Sculpting – water bottle (required)
    • Exploration and ideation using Fusion 360: Modeling – bottle opener (required)
    • Exploration and ideation using Fusion 360: Sculpting – rubber ducky (optional)
    • Exploration and ideation using Fusion 360: Sculpting – bowl (optional)
    • Exploration and ideation using Fusion 360: Sculpting – coffee mug (optional)
    • Exploration and ideation using Fusion 360: Modeling – screwdriver (optional)
    • Exploration and ideation using Fusion 360: Modeling – pill bottle (optional)
    • Exploration and ideation using Fusion 360: Modeling – bolt (optional)
  • Introduction to design process
    • Introduction to design process
    • Introduction analysis and insights
    • Conceptual design and ideation by hand- part 1
    • Conceptual design and ideation by hand- part 2
    • Conceptual design and ideation by hand- part 3
  • Design project: Water container and stand
    • Component: Water container
    • Component: Water container stand – part 1
    • Component: Water container stand – part 2
  • Design project: Pump and filter
    • Component: Water pump and filter – part 1
    • Component: Water pump and filter – part 2
    • Component: Water pump and filter – part 3
    • Component: Water container stand – part 3
    • Component: Pump tap
  • Design project: Refining the drinking system parts
    • Component: Container stand – glass holder part 1
    • Component: Container stand -add slot and hole for water container
    • Component: Container stand base – add slot
    • Component: Container stand – glass holder part 2
  • Design project: Creating an assembly of the drinking system
    • Assemblies: Create components from bodies
    • Assemblies: Create filter cartridge and joints
    • Assemblies: Create as-built joints
  • Design project: Rendering and animation of the drinking system
    • Rendering: Add decal and set environment
    • Rendering: Assign visual materials and rendering
    • Rendering: Create an animation
  • Design project: Design collaboration
    • Introduction to collaboration
  • Share your designs!
    • Share your designs!
    • Claim your certificate

 


 

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