In this course, students create an assembly wallet for an online retailer whose research shows a declining use of paper money by Generation Z young people. They also saw a trend in DIY minimalist wallets, indicating that Gen Z folks carry just a few credit cards. IMPACT.Design has recruited your students and provided criteria to design and manufacture a minimalist wallet for Gen Z as a two-piece precision assembly with fasteners.
As a second challenge, students can use your newfound abilities to design a wallet for themselves and then compete in a design challenge with the whole class.
As a final challenge, students can explore one or more of the assignments created for this project. It’s a great opportunity to apply and refine skills and work towards becoming an Autodesk® Fusion 360™ Certified User.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
• Create two solid models from a single sketch
• Add a chamfer to both components
• Use the sketch constraints to reduce the need for dimensions
• Reduce redundant work by replicating features