Design Now: Hour of Making in Motion

Be part of the making experience!

Autodesk makes software for people who make things, we believe that anyone can make literally anything they imagine when equipped with the right tools, which is why we will continue supporting you in expanding your Fusion 360 and 3D printing skills.

Prerequisite: Please download and install Fusion 360 prior to this hands-on webinar training.

We are happy to announce that Jonathan Odom from the Instructables team will be leading 3 new webinar classes, so join now! In these webinars, you will learn more Fusion 360 features like advanced mechanical assemblies (meaning two or more joints interacting) and rendering.

Can wait until lesson 1? We invite you to watch the previous recordings: learn to design a wax stamp or a bottle lock.

Lesson 1: Fidget Spinner

This is a simple project that uses three 3D-printed parts and a bearing from McMaster-Carr. These are very popular on Instructables and on the web in general. Skills: McMaster-Carr part browser, basic modeling, single mechanical joint.

March 15th , 9 - 10 p.m. EST  - Register
Fidget spinner in motion

Lesson 2: Giant Knob Lamp

This is a table top lamp shaped like a giant knob. When you turn it, LEDs dim up or down so that it glows from within. Skills: Electronic part integration, mechanical joints, McMaster-Carr part integration (both of these are in the last lesson).

March 29th , 6 – 7 p.m. EST - Register

Giant knob lamp demo

Lesson 3: Perpetual clock with rack and pinion gear

Instead of buying a clock, take the time to make a classy one to count hours and minutes. Skills: McMaster-Carr parts, electronics integration, turning circular motion into linear motion to cover the complex mechanical interaction topic. 

April 5th, 9 - 10 p.m. EST - Register


Perpetual clock demo

Interested to learn more? We also have a full length 3D printing class on Instructables available to you. Enroll today.