Author: noman9man on 15-11-2017, 02:22
Lynda - Fusion 360: Designing for Plastics
Lynda - Fusion 360: Designing for Plastics
Beginner | 0h 56m | 250 MB | Project Files | Software used: Fusion 360


Info: Plastic has unique properties not shared by other materials, and injection molding has a number of constraints that must be accommodated in the design process. These constraints are different from other manufacturing techniques like 3D printing and subtractive manufacturing. As a result, if you're designing something that will eventually be created in plastic, considering the complexities of manufacturing in your design process is critical. You'll need to learn how to do things a bit differently than you would for other materials and processes. In this course, learn how to design for injection molding even when using additive manufacturing to create a prototype in plastic using Fusion 360. Instructor Thom Tremblay explains how to create a form, complete and visualize your design, set it up for 3D printing, all while designing a ready-to-manufacture part.
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