Fusion 360 for Makers: Design Your Own Digital Models for 3D Printing and CNC Fabrication

Learn how to use Autodesk Fusion 360 to digitally model your own original projects for a 3D printer or a CNC device. Fusion 360 software lets you design, analyze, and print your ideas. Free to students and small businesses alike, it offers solid, surface, organic, direct, and parametric modeling capabilities.

Fusion 360 for Makers is written for beginners to 3D modeling software by an experienced teacher. It will get you up and running quickly with the goal of creating models for 3D printing and CNC fabrication.

Inside Fusion 360 for Makers, you’ll find:

  • Eight easy-to-understand tutorials that provide a solid foundation in Fusion 360 fundamentals
  • DIY projects that are explained with step-by-step instructions and color photos
  • Projects that have been real-world tested, covering the most common problems and solutions
  • Stand-alone projects, allowing you to skip to ones of interest without having to work through all the preceding projects first

    Design from scratch or edit downloaded designs. Fusion 360 is an appropriate tool for beginners and experienced makers.

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    Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D Printer (3D Printing/CNC Carving/Laser Engraving), All-Metal Build, Entry-Level Digital Fabrication Tool, Easy to Use Software, Free PLA Filament, Upgraded Version

    Basic Specs
    FRAME MATERIAL: Aluminum Alloys
    FILE TRANSFER: USB Disk, USB cable
    POWER REQUIREMENT: 100 – 240V AC
    SUPPORTED OS: macOS, Windows
    COLOR TOUCHSCREEN: 3.5″

    3D Printing
    BUILD VOLUME: 125 x 125 x 125mm (4.9″ x 4.9″ x 4.9″)
    SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Non-proprietary 1.75 mm PLA, ABS, etc.
    NONSUPPORTED MATERIALS: Alumide, graphite, etc.
    LAYER RESOLUTION: 50 – 300 microns
    PRINT HEAD TRAVEL SPEED: Up to 100 mm/s
    NOZZLE DIAMETER: 0.4 mm
    NOZZLE TEMPERATURE: Up to 250°C
    HEATED BED: Up to 80°C
    SUPPORTED FILE TYPES: STL, OBJ
    SOFTWARE: Snapmaker3D. You can also use other third-party software, such as: Cura, Simplify 3D, Slic3r.

    Laser Engraving
    WORK AREA: 125 x 125mm (4.9″ x 4.9″)
    LASER POWER: 200mW
    WAVELENGTH: 405nm
    LASER SAFETY CLASS: Class 3B
    SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Wood, bamboo, leather, plastic, fabric, paper, non-transparent acrylic, etc.
    NOT SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Metal, glass, gem, transparent material, reflective materials, etc.
    *SUPPORTED FILE TYPES: SVG, JPEG, PNG, CDR, etc.

    CNC Carving
    WORK AREA: 90 x 90 x 50 mm (3.5″ x 3.5″ x 2.0″)>
    SHANK DIAMETER: 3.175mm
    SPINDLE SPEED: 19,000 RPM
    SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Wood, acrylic, PCB, carbon fiber sheet
    NOT SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Metal, glass, gem, etc.
    *SUPPORTED FILE TYPES: SVG, STEP, IGES, IGS, DWG, DXF, etc.
    *Users can work with these supported files with the help of third party software such as Autodesk Fusion 360.

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    3D Printing Filament Cheat Sheet Material Selection Guide for Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

    Stop wasting time trying to remember print settings or scrolling through websites to learn about new materials. Great visual reference to keep by your 3d printer whether you are a seasoned pro or just beginning. Descriptions for each material outline best uses and material properties along with tips that will help keep your prints successful every time. Easy to read graphic shows both extruder and heated bed temperature settings based off research from the most popular filament manufacturers and printing experience. Sealed in a waterproof, high quality, 5mil thick lamination that will last. Thinking about trying to use a new filament, but not sure if it is compatible with your 3d printer? What support material should be used with PLA vs. ABS? What materials need an enclosure for best print quality? Which filaments have to be stored in sealed containers due to moisture absorption? …Just check this simple guide to find out in seconds.

    Product Features

    • Made in the U.S.
    • Great quick reference guide for desktop 3d printers
    • Features descriptions, tips, extruder & bed temperature ranges for the most popular filaments
    • Materials: PLA, ABS, PVA, HIPS, PETG, ASA, NYLON, TPE, & TPU
    • High quality, tear resistant, & waterproof lamination: 9″ x 11.5″

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