UPDATE: I am no longer creating new weekly challenges due to low participation and very little time on my end to promote and create additional assets. I’m considering making it a monthly challenge. If you’re interested then please comment on this post to let me know.
Every Monday I release a new Fusion 360 challenge that is aimed at helping the community improve their 3D-modeling skills. This weekly challenge also serves
Participation in the weekly Fusion 360 challenge is 100% free. Simply click on this week’s prompt below, and follow the guidelines to get started.
Once you’ve completed the challenge, share it with the community in the Fusion 360 Hobbyists (with Kevin Kennedy) Facebook Group.
This Weeks Challenge
Weekly Challenge Archives
Fusion 360 Weekly Challenge #1 – Lofty Light
Fusion 360 Weekly Challenge #2 – Sweep a Side Table
Fusion 360 Weekly Challenge #3 – Bottomless Bottle Designs
Fusion 360 Weekly challenge #4 – Sculpt Headphones
Hey Kevin, I’m sorry that this is no longer going on weekly. Your online product design series is great and I’ve taught an 11yr old Fusion 360 using your videos as HW assignments. If you pick the weekly challenge back up for the next 8 weeks we’ll definitely participate each time!
Anyways, thanks for the awesome videos!
Thanks for your support! I hadn’t thought about the potential of more people participating due to the recent/current events. Let me look into some things… perhaps a more simple version of the weekly challenge would be feasible.
Understandable. Let me know if you could use an extra mind brainstorming the challenges.
Just starting out with this app for woodworking projects. Like the idea of getting a challenge and then seeing your recommended solution. Completely understand the difficulty of posting weekly. Keep up the good work!!
Glad to hear you’re getting started with Fusion 360 – it’s great for woodworking projects!
I’ve considered restarting the challenge while doing it in a different way. Perhaps a bi-weekly or monthly challenge. The biggest issue seemed to be that people didn’t have enough time to complete each one and then they had fallen behind/number of people slowly dropped off.