Fusion 360 – Design Thinking and 3D Modelling
March 13 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm$36.00 - $125.00
Enter a realm of infinite design possibilities with 3D modelling. We will walk you through the step by step design process using Fusion 360.
Come to our workshop if:
You want to design your very own unique product
You’ve got a doodle on a napkin but want to create a professional representation of your idea
You are interested in learning automated fabrication tools like CNC mills
Not a member? If you love the workshop and want more classes or access to our facilities, check out our monthly memberships.
Duration: 3.5 hours
6:00pm – 9:30pm on weekdays
Maximum # of Participants: 6
Project: Skill building experience with Fusion 360
Participants must bring a laptop and mouse to the class with Fusion 360 already downloaded and installed!
Recommended: Basic computer competency (how to use a computer, browse the internet)
**Please note registration closes 24 hours prior to class**
Participants in this class will learn how to think and design in 3D! With the help of our instructor, participants will be introduced to Fusion 360, navigating a 3D workspace and utilizing a variety of modelling tools to design a projects for fabrication. Learning the underlying thought process of how a physical shape can be manufactured will be what participants use to drive their design process. By the end of the class, everyone will have a basic understanding of how to use the software to design a project for fabrication and can use the resulting files in our other classes;laser cutting, CNC milling, 3D printing.
About the Instructor:
Adam is the true definition of a Maker with experience ranging from upholstery to machining exhaust fittings for light aircraft. He has been tinkering for as long as he can remember and fondly recalls spending summers with his dad and brothers building tree forts, soapbox racers, and bike ramps. Their favorite project? An epic two-floor pallet wood treehouse complete with lights, windows and (of course) a secret escape hatch.
He followed his passion through school taking as many courses as he could in woodworking, metal fabrication, music production, and media arts. For the past 10 years, Adam has built skillsets in many disciplines with his favourite being custom car audio fabricator. Adam’s approach to design and making often comes from a need to solve problems that don’t have commercially available solutions.
Learn more about Maker Cube and check out our other classes and events at www.makercube.ca
What is the age limit for the class?
The minimum age for participants is 14. Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian provide supervision during the class.
Where can I park?
Maker Cube’s parking lot has ample space available. Should the lot reach capacity, there is additional street parking along 206A St.
How do I cancel or reschedule a class?
Refunds or credit for future classes will only be provided if we are notified by email to [email protected] at least 24 hours in advance of the class. No refunds will be provided for late cancellation, and a re-booking fee of 50% of the cost of the class will be applied to reschedule a class.
Processing fees not refunded.
Please arrive 15 minutes before the class for sign-in and to ensure it starts on time. Those arriving more than 5 minutes late will not be able to attend. In the event of low registration, the class will be canceled and participants registered will be rescheduled to an alternate class date.