12 Fusion 360 YouTubers who can help you get ahead of your career competition

More and more people are utilizing YouTube as a learning tool. We’ve compiled this exciting list of skilled YouTubers who provide a unique look at Autodesk Fusion 360, and can help you boost your design skills. 

The Ben Heck Show

Join hacker, engineer, and tech hobbyist Ben Heck as he shares useful tips and answers your questions about 3D printing, modeling, and design. Ben redesigns the flipper for a pin ball game in Fusion 360. 
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James Bruton

James Bruton fabricates mechanics and cosmetic parts using 3D printing, and other methods, such as foam building. He created this 3D printed character head using Fusion 360. 
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John Saunders documents the adventures of running a machine shop. Watch as he creates models in Fusion 360 and machines parts on the CNC Tormach mill—including welding, grinding, polishing, plasma cutting, and more. We love his 10 Fusion 360 tips and tricks video. 
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Make Anything // 3D Printing Channel

Each video shares an experience of working on a 3D design project, from quick-fixes for problems around the house to 3D printing something cool and unique. Learn how to make spring toys or even some miniature objects
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Mike and Lauren

Keep your eyes on Mike for more advanced Fusion 360 tips, like modeling a working spring
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More and more people are utilizing YouTube as a learning tool.

3D Printing Nerd

Joel is YouTube's 3D Printing Nerd. He uses his channel to discuss and review 3D printers, and shows you how to 3D print models. He’s also an advocate for getting this technology into the hands of kids. If you haven’t printed your own spinner toy yet, Joel will show you how to do just that. 
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Maker's Muse

Angus empowers creativity through rapid prototyping technologies and takes pride in providing unbiased and fair reviews of 3D printers, 3D scanners, and software. His channel is perfect for those newer to Fusion 360 as he offers tutorials on dimensioning your sketches and how to use constraints. Start with Angus’s video Fusion 360 for beginners
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Aaron is high school technology teacher from Melbourne, Australia. He posts regular videos showcasing machining, fabrication, welding, CAD-CAM, CNC, RC helicopters, and robotics. He takes you a step closer to self-sufficiency by teaching you to design and CNC machine your own tools with Fusion 360. 
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Chaos Core Tech

Garrett is a full-time programmer who loves to make things in his downtime. He designs and prints 3D models, then his wife, Chelsey, paints them and makes them look decorative. Try making this boomerang and show us your results on Instagram or Twitter
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OpenGreenEnergy is a place for open source DIY projects related to solar energy, Arduino objects, and recycled items. Watch Debasish design a solar powered wifi weather station enclosure in Fusion 360. 
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I like to make stuff

Bob makes all sorts of stuff with all sorts of materials. He posts lots of projects, including 3D printing and prop making. His odds and ends are a perfect fit for items he already has, like this 3D printed hose adapter
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Adafruit Industries

Limor "Ladyada" Fried’s goal was to create the best place online for learning electronics and making the best-designed products for makers of all ages and skill levels. If you’ve just discovered Fusion 360, look no further than this Autodesk Fusion 360 overview
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Can you think of any YouTubers making valuable Fusion 360 videos that we’ve missed? Let us know! Also be sure to follow Autodesk Education on YouTube for more product videos and stories of how
students and educators imagine, design, and create a better world with Autodesk Education.