An introductory workshop to Fusion360 focused on design for laser cutting. Part of the MFA Computational Arts "Mice on a Beam" exhibition. By with-lasers.studie
As part of the MFA Computational Arts show “Mice on a Beam”, where the artist with-lasers will show the ongoing development and construction of the inhalation artefact for their piece ShadowTX [working title] they will also hold an open workshop on using Autodesk Fusion360 to model designs, which can be laser cut from flat materials and assembled.
The three hour workshop, suitable for beginners, will cover the basic techniques needed to create a CAD model from flat materials, how to arrange those pieces for laser cutting, this will include discussions of effective ways to design and implement your design and take account of real world physical tolerances.
The workshop is free, but please register using this event, as available spaces are limited
Please come to the workshop with a laptop that has Autodesk Fusion360 installed on it, free licences are available for personal and educational usage. A three button mouse is also highly recommended.
Note this workshop will make use of the Nesting & Fabrication extension, which is free for academic usage - we will however cover some alternative techniques for nesting and laying out work if this is not available.
Dates & times
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|16 Jun 2023
|1:00pm - 4:00pm
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