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.


@Kris D'Souza and @Omonzokpia -- Thank you for your comments. The "car concept.jpg" file is found in Lesson 1 > Step 3: Course resources. Download the .zip file from the course menu. You'll find that file in the folder for Lesson 2. Enjoy!
It is very helpful but sometimes explanations of what the man is doing are a slightly unclear and confuse
i cant find the concept.jpg within the zip provided
very good explanation
Cant find car concept.jpg within the zip provided
I can't seem to locate the "Car concept.jpg" file within the Course resources zip I downloaded previously Please Help
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@Subash Chandra Bose All Fusion 360 dataset files are found in Lesson 1 > Step 3: Course Resources. Enjoy!
where can i get this canvas ?
@Harold Weistra Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We've just updated this video to remove the error. We hope you enjoy the course!