Below you’ll find some examples of student projects from my Masterclass: Fusion 360 for Hobbyists & Professional Woodworkers.
Water Cooler Table and Hockey Stick Bench
These two woodworking projects were created in Fusion 360 by Toney Gomez.
He used Fusion 360 to prepare his Patio Cooler table (pictured left). The table includes two removable boards in the middle that can be replaced with a cooler, ice, and of course, some cold drinks.
The second project he worked on is a bench (pictured right). The seat and back slats are going to be made with his son’s broken hockey sticks. As you can see, Fusion 360’s decal feature lets you place images on the surface of 3D bodies. It’s a great way to test design ideas before cutting your material.
Convertible Picnic Table to Bench
This picnic table turns into two benches. The woodworking plans were cerated in Fusion 360 by László Bácsi.
László was able to to test the motion of the table design using joints in Fusion 360. Parameters were also used to create the board dimensions, making the model more dynamic.
He also created sub-assemblies to ensure the parts were manageable.
Mesh Cloche for a Raised Garden Bed
Keeping birds and rabbits away from fresh garden produce is no easy feat. Andy Burnett designed and built this raised garden bed with a mesh cloche.
Andy has been using his new Fusion 360 skills to create all sorts of things for his garden. You can read more about his 3D printing and woodworking garden projects on his blog.
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