Course Features

  • For those who want to learn 3D printing technology, but don’t have any 3D drawing background.
  • Do you want to use 3D printing technology to create some of your artworks?
    As you work for small and medium enterprises, do you thinking about how to use 3D printing technology in company business or project?
    As you are a teacher, do you want to promote 3D print to your school and facilitate related creative courses?
    This course is a full-fledged 3D printing course for “Maker” person who wish to use the 3D printer directly or corporate / institutional decision maker.
  • Students will learn how to use Fusion 360 to build 3D models, modify, assemble, annotate annotations and sizes etc. Instructor will introduce the latest market information and technology development in this course, and will compare the different 3D printing techniques to ensure that you get the most comprehensive information before you make decision and choose the most suitable 3D printing technology for your company.
  • In the application section of this course, instructor will focus on the desktop type 3D printer (FDM) and teaches students how to properly use and maintain the 3D printer.
  • The software of this course is using the latest, most comprehensive and professional Autodesk Fusion360, Meshmixer and Print Studio for the design and production.
  • You will get a free account at for extra learning resources and out-of-classroom support.

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Course Duration

12 hrs

Course Fee



  • Applicants should be computer-literate with a working knowledge of Windows. Prior knowledge of design is not necessary. For some topics, participants are encouraged to bring their own tablet devices to class for the best learning experience.
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About 3D Printing and Autodesk Fusion 360

One of 3D printing technique’s benefit, you can design a 3D CAD model in the computer first, then 3D printer will help you to print it layer by layer. 3D printing technology can adjust the quantity of product base on demand and supply, it well benefits for reduce the waste by-products, a variety of combinations of materials, precise clone of the product, and portable etc. These advantages can be reduced by about 50% manufacturing costs, shortening the processing cycle by 70%, to achieve design and manufacturing integration and complex manufacturing. This is just one of the methods, we will introduce and analyze in this course one by one for you. Will you be part of this new generation of industrial revolution?

Our course not only teaches how to use the 3D printer, more importantly, how to execute the 3D printing process and achieve the purpose, so that let students able to solve design problems by 3D printing. The software of this course is using Autodesk Fusion 360 and Print Studio for the design and production, it’s easy to use and very popular in the 3D printing industry. You can fully grasp the production and printing of comprehensive skills.

Fusion 360 is the first 3D CAD, CAM, and CAE tool of product design, which we usually say “making things”. It connects your entire product development process in a single cloud-based platform that works on both Mac and PC. From Sketching to parametric modeling, from documentation to Data collaboration, from Simulation to 3D printing manufacting, you can find your best tool to bring your creativity to real life.
This course will equip you using Fusion 360 as your all in one tools for making things, also connect with STEM technology that let you bring creativity education to your schools.

In addition, many teachers are interested in teaching 3D printing at their school. We welcome teachers to learn practical knowledge in this course and teach students to solve problems with 3D printing, understand the concept of science, rather than download the model blindly. The course is very fun, it’s suitable for working or people who intend to understand 3D print. This course offers 3D printer and Fusion 360 during the class.

Fusion 360 Interface

Fusion 360 modeling

Fusion 360 Modeling

Fusion 360 Material

Viewport setting
Change preference
Object selection

File Management
Create a project
Open and save files
Import or upload files from other CAD systems

About Data Panel
Export data
Upload files
Invite people to a project
Use A360 to manage relationships and copy files

Use sketch tools to create 2D sketches – lines, rectangles, circles, arcs, polygons, ellipses. Splines, points…etc
Edit a sketch – trim, extend, offset, mirror, create rectangular and circular patterns…etc
Work with the sketch grid, plane or face
Applying dimension to sketches
Use sketch constraints to sketches

Start a solid body with basic shapes
Create a 3D sketch
Apply Fillets and Chamfers
Create a pattern of features
Create a 3D thread features
Create a shell features
Create extrude features
Create revolve features
Create construction planes and axes
Edit a 3D solid body
Inspect command, measure and section analysis

Advanced Modeling
Create sweep features
Create loft features
Split and Combine bodies

Assembly Modeling
Create and manage top level assembly and subassemblies
About body and component
Create a component from a body
Edit a component from a body
Align and Assembly Joints
Interface of assembly

Create T-spline body to sculpt
Add detail to T-spline body
Edit T-spline body
Create thicken features for T-spline sculpt form

Creating drawing views, base, projected, section, detail
Edit drawing views
Add dimensions to the drawings
Add annotation to the drawings
Create sheet and page setup
Edit border and titleblock

Apply appearances in your design
Edit appearance in your design
Set the lighting, background, and camera in your render
Create render image

Create a stl (3D print) file
Structural constraints and loads

What is 3D Printing?

3D printing (also called additive manufacturing) is any of various processes used to make a three-dimensional object. In 3D printing, additive processes are used, in which successive layers of material are laid down under computer control. These objects can be of almost any shape or geometry, and are produced from a 3D model or other electronic data source.

What is parametric modeling?

Set the exact parameters for the sketch. The dimensions are modeled using specific values and relational functions. When you change the parameters, the model will be updated, and the mechanical feature which created before will not be changed.

What is T-Splines modeling?

Create a smooth, precise surface using T-Splines technology or using sketch curves. By editing the surface, edges, and vertices of the shape. It’s can obtain the exact curvature values required in the model.