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What are you most excited about?
Fusion 360 Social & Community Manager
"What are you most excited about?" ... asked the Kat.
Oh I dunno... making stuff?
Like real, mechanical, useful, practical, precise, shapely STUFF. After decades of 2D and models trapped in a computer... I'm ready.
Truth. Fusion+MakerBot(2)=real (enough) objects! (Sand Paper and primer do the last 10% of finish).
I've gone as far as create my client's NDA product using models made with Fusion, Printed on the MakerBot2... even molded and cast them ... just to be sure it all works.
So it's make 'em, mold 'em, sell 'em... hell, I might even use some of the things I make!
For fun or PROFIT.
(Ok, mostly profit.)
Mainly because I'm on a deadline and have been using Fusion 360 on a design that needs to see daylight relatively soon. I'd love to be able to export more than just STL and .F3D
I've also been encouraging a group of designer toy customisation people to look into Fusion 360 as I receive quite a number of queries about how to 3D print and/or design something. Fusion is kind of great for both beginners and experienced people and has changed the way I approach things.
That covers pretty much any format I'll ever use.
The most useful to me being:
- INVENTOR (PARTS & ASSEMBLIES)
Thanks for this little glimpse