Design a Race Car for F1 in Schools using Fusion 360

The digital manufacturing process is rapidly changing how things get made and how teams work together. Integrated design and manufacturing systems and collaboration tools are transforming the future of making.

In this course, we'll apply the digital manufacturing process and Autodesk® Fusion 360™ CAD/CAM software to design a race car for competition. Whether you enrolled in this course as a team manager, marketing manager, or involved in the design, engineering, and manufacturing of a dragster, you'll develop the career skills needed to be innovative, productive, and efficient. 

This course is designed for individuals on the team to better understand how the tools in Fusion 360 can be used for their role or by anyone interested in understanding the entire process. 

After completing this course, you'll be able to use Fusion 360 and Autodesk CFD to:

  • Connect team members using a data management system.
  • Develop a digital vehicle design.
  • Leverage the digital design to create promotion and fundraising materials.
  • Generate machining toolpaths from the digital vehicle design.


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Useful Course
this would be useful for begineer
Good learning OPPORTUNITY
Subtitles if present would be benificial
I was unable to select the tool which you have provided, then I've created a custom tool thus providing diameter as 5mm ,flute length as 45mm etc., Incredibly I got good simulation without any errors.
thank you for the tutorial, I really enjoyed working on it. The part I loved in this tutorial is the manufacturing, its really amazing.
@Quentin Feinäugle - Unfortunately Autodesk CFD is only available on PC. For more information please visit this site:
i am confused about the simulation phase. There is no CFD software on mac? How do I continue then???
He's talking too fast. I can't really follow along. His instructions are also kinda vague. One, I had to do the opposite of what he wanted me to do to get his result because what he did in Fusion was not right.