- Max Fillet Script ToolEver needed to make a fillet and had to try a bunch of values to get the max size? Did it take a long time? No more! Try my new script. https://github.com/MichaelAubry/Fusion360/blob/master/MaxFillet I've made a video showing how it works here: https://youtu.be/kLVfYJMxsPQ It's been a big productivity enhancer for me. I hope you get similar benefit. Enjoy!
- Horn of FibonacciHere's a concept sculpture of a horn concept based on Fibonacci's sequence. Script is here: https://github.com/MichaelAubry/Fusion360.git Longer term I'm hoping to build the python script that created it to build different types of lofts and patterns. For now, it just outputs a sketch. More to come!
- Voronoi EarringsI had a chance to play around with the script that Han Kellner posted to the gallery a few days ago. Here's what I came up with! Here's the link to Han's work: https://fusion360.autodesk.com/projects/voronoi-script And his Github post with the script: https://github.com/hanskellner/Fusion360Voronoi Great stuff Hans!
- Megabot Engineering Challenge DatasetsWe're excited to announce that our joint contest with Megabots and A360 is now live! These are the Engineering Challenge starter data sets. Use these datasets to create a buildable and epic pneumatic cannon! Enter to win a $2,500 cash prize! Contest goes through Feb 28. In addition to a cash prize, the MegaBots team will BUILD the winning entry at Autodesk's Pier 9 makerspace, and will show off your creations at the Bay Area Maker Faire in May! More info: Competition Site: http://autodesk360.com/megabot/?Megabots Site: https://www.facebook.com/megabotsinc Good luck everyone!
- Megabot Design Challenge Starter DatasetWe're excited to announce that our joint contests with Megabots and A360 is now live! This is the Design Challenge starter dataset. Use this dataset to design an awesome exoskeleton overtop. Enter to win a $2,500 cash prize! Contest goes through Feb 28. In addition to a cash prize, the MegaBots team will BUILD the winning entry at Autodesk's Pier 9 makerspace, and will show off your creations at the Bay Area Maker Faire in May! More info: ?Competition Site: http://autodesk360.com/megabot/ ?Megabots Site: https://www.facebook.com/megabotsinc Good luck everyone!
- Magnet TrainZoooom. Presenting the future as shown by a team of children at this year's Autodesk Unviersity. We teamed up with Makerversity and Will.I. M's Foundation to help a group of kids imagine solutions to world problems. The magnet train will help reduce congestion and grid lock in LA. Take note of the solar panel on the roof, efficient sliding doors and the sweet custom dashboard in the interior. I did the model under the kids' strict creative direction. Big thanks to Proto Plant too helping to get the 3D print as well!
- BrutusThis is a roman helmet concept I've been working on. One of our product managers went to MSU so I made one green and white for him. The model uses a lot of different modeling elements that Fusion has really become quite good at. Feel free to download the model and take a look at how I built it out!
- The GoldfingerWearables continue to be an exciting and growing industry with a whole range of problems technology can solve. In this case I've made a glasses concept to help guide me on my trip through San Francisco. Where do you see wearables being the most useful? I designed these glasses customized for my face. I started by taking a scan of my face with my iPhone using 123D catch. I imported to Fusion and amended several sculpted glasses concepts to see which fit my face the best. From there I integrated a microusb charger and added conceptual decals t show what I think the display should look like. I built a custom wooden case too.
- The Bike Project5 teams. 5 cities. The ultimate utility bike. Go check out the Oregon Manifest's "Bike Design Project!" Here are a few trophy concepts. Download them here on the fusion gallery in the "Assets" button or from grabcad here: https://grabcad.com/library/the-bike-project-1/files Make them better! I'm really excited to see what everyone comes up with. Have fun! Post before July 2 and be sure to use the #bikedesignprojecttrophy tag! Learn more about the challenge! http://oregonmanifest.com/
- "Spiral Generatation"Quick sculpture concept I developed. I call it: "Spiral Generation" based on the swirling feeling to the piece and the generative modeling method I used to create it. I just got turned onto Project Shapeshifter from Autodesk Labs: http://labs.blogs.com/its_alive_in_the_lab/2013/11/project-shapeshifter-now-available-via-autodesk-labs.html. It's a "web-based topological modeling tool for anyone that wants to create 3D printable objects." I was able to export as an stl and import into Fusion. Check it out!
- Bone PlateThis is a conceptual radial head plate I created from scracth to experiment with the surface modeling tools in Fusion. The concept was inspired from a very elegant implant system done by these guys out in Hillsboro, Oregon: http://www.acumed.net/locking-radial-head-plate. Quick video of the way I created it: http://autode.sk/182aUMO
- Abstract Toaster ConceptsI've seen a few toasters concepts that experiment with making it super easy to see how fast your toast is toasting. I took a crack at doing a super minimalist toaster concept where the bread is exposed just around the coil. I did the experiment to test out some of the new 3D sketching capabilities in Fusion 360. Taylor and I will be going over what we found in our next Fusion 360 Hangout! http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Design-Differently/Fusion-360-Hangout-Tuesday-Focus-on-Sketching-Nov-19/ba-p/4633189
- Smith Bottling CoKeqing and I tried out some glassware concepts while I was headed across the country for some meetups. With the new Fusion 360 and Autodesk 360 mobile product updates that came out we were stoked at how successful we were at keeping in touch. Really enjoying this latest build! We made a video about it! http://youtu.be/lXgf_MILDTI
- ShifterOver the weekend I tinkered around with retrofitting a controller for a big piece of industrial machinery. When I was done I decided it would make a pretty good car shifter as well and I tried a couple of different material studies. I ended up with these four favorites. By total accident I think the green one ended up looking almost “Reptilian,” (for those of you who get the video game reference). At the core I wanted something ergonomic, smooth, dark, and requiring minimal redesign of the existing system.
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Hi Everyone! I'm a Technology Evangelist for the Fusion 360 team. I'm always pursuing better, faster and exciting ways to design. During the last ten years I've worked with work 100s of customers who do everything from craftsman eyewear, to giant fighting robots. I'm a mechanical engineer by education and I have prior professional experience in the bio-medical, wind energy, and computational fluid dynamics simulation industries. I'm passionate about hackathons and I love helping anyone and everyone inspired to solve interesting problems.