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12400 Rs

20 Days

Introduction of Fusion 360

Fusion 360 is the only tool that connects the entire product development process into a single CAD/CAM/CAE cloud-based platform. It provides all the support you need as you guide your students in advancing their engineering and manufacturing skills.

Scope of Course Fusion 360

Fusion 360 is a major generational change in CAD. Fusion 360 best thinking on what the future of CAD is going to look like. It is a next generation design tool that will continue to have huge impact on the community.

  • Parametric Modelling

  • Program tool paths for CNC Machines

  • 3D Rendering

  • Export STL models for the 3D Printer

Career Prospects / Job Roles after Fusion 360

With Fusion 360 you can create 3D designs, collaborate, manage data, create toolpaths, and run simulations to validate your designs. Fusion 360 is also the tool of choice for manufacturing, machining, engineering, and industrial design experts.

  • Frame Design Engineer

  • Product Designer

  • Process Design Engineer

Syllabus for Fusion 360 Courses in Hyderabad


Getting started

Course overview

Introduction to Fusion

Intro to Fusion 360 User Interface

Intro to Fusion 360 Collaboration

Files management in Fusion 360

Conceptual design


Create sketches using lines, circles, rectangles and arcs

Create sketches using splines and slots

Define sketch dimensions

Apply constraints to a sketch

Create advanced sketches using circular patterns

Create advanced sketches using rectangular patterns

Create advanced sketches using projections and intersections

Create sketch projections onto a surface and sketches including 3D geometry


Session: 2

3D component design


Session: 3

3D Component design

Feature modelling concepts

Changing units in Fusion 360

Creating Tools: Extrude, Revolve, Sweep, Loft, Rib, Web And Emboss


Session: 4 & 5

Create construction planes

Modifying tools

Hole, Fillet, Chamfer, Draft, Shell and Thread


Session :6 & 7   

Modifying tools

Move/ Copy, Pattern Feature and Mirror Feature

Inspect Tool: Measure and Section Analysis


Session :8 & 9


Assemblies – Introduction

Assemblies – Joint

As build joint

Rigid Group

Contact Set

Motion Link


Session : 10 & 11

Product documentation

Introduction to drawing

Inserting new sheets, editing sheets

Creating drafting views: Base View, Projected View, Detail View, Section view and Break View

Modify tools: Move Rotate and Delete

Geometry Options: Centerline, Centermark, Centermark Pattern and Edge Extension Adding Dimensions, Feature control Frame and Datum Identifier Table Creation, Custom table, Bend Table, Baloons, Align Baloons and Renumber


Session : 12 & 13

Free form modeling

Freeform modeling introduction

Freeform modeling tools : Create Box, Cylinder, Torus, Sphere and Insert Canvas

Modifying Tools : Edit Form, Subdivide, Insert Edge, Merge Edge, Crease and Uncrease

Symmetry Tools: Mirror Internal, Circular Internal, Clear Symmetry, Isolate Symmetry.


Session :14 & 15

Surface Design

Creating Tools : Extrude, Revolve, Sweep, Loft, Patch and Ruled

Modifying Tools : Trim, Untrim, Stitch, Unstitch and Extend


Session 16 & 17  

Design visualization

Design visualization introduction

Design Visualization tools : Appearance, Scene Settings, Decal and Texture map control

Incanvas Render, Incanvas Render setting, Capture Image and Render


Session : 18, 19 & 20

Sheet metal Design

About Sheet metal Rules

Flange, Extrude, Bend, Unfold and Refold

Convert to sheet metal and Create Flat Pattern

FAQs on Fusion 360 Course

How long does it take to learn Fusion 360?

To learn solid modeling it will take 1 week . If you want to learn all modules simulation, solid modeling, sculpting, animation it will take 20–30 days.

Is Fusion 360 good for beginners?

Learn what 3D modeling software is and why Autodesk Fusion 360 is an ideal 3D modeling software for beginners and experts alike. As with building any new skill, there's typically a learning curve. This is especially true when it comes to 3D modeling.

Is Fusion 360 hard to learn?

It is a widely used program in CNC, industrial designs, engineering, and 3D printing. Fusion 360 is not easy to learn, as the most advanced tools of Fusion 360 require an engineer's level of expertise.

What is the fastest way to learn Fusion 360?

We use both Youtube and our own official learning portal to get started. The YouTube channel is full of great tutorials, quick tips, and videos on how to use Fusion 360. If YouTube isn't for you, and you prefer a more structured way of learning, the learning portal is your best bet.

Do professionals use Fusion 360?

Get Fusion 360 now. Join over 1.2 million professionals that have made Fusion 360 their go-to design to manufacturing solution.

What programming language does Fusion 360 use?

Fusion 360 has a single API that can be used from either Python or C++. In most cases, the API is used in a very similar way regardless of the programming languages with just small language specific syntax changes.

Is Fusion 360 a CAD or CAM?

Fusion 360 includes a full suite of CAM tools and toolpaths to support many processes including milling, turning, cutting, and additive manufacturing. Fusion 360 integrates CAD, engineering, documentation, and collaboration tools directly with CAM to improve workflows and address the entire product development process.


Is Fusion 360 used in aerospace industry?

With programs such as Autodesk's Integrated CAD, CAM, and CAE software, Fusion 360, engineers now have the ability to create dynamic projects on a single platform and streamline their development process, making projects — like the ones being done at SpaceX — possible.


Your Instructor

Bhargava Krishna Marripati

Meet our experienced Mechanical CAD instructor, with over 8 years of industry experience in the field of Mechanical Design Engineering. With a background in both theoretical and practical applications of CAD software, our instructor is well-versed in all aspects of mechanical design, including 3D modeling, assembly, and analysis. Throughout their career, they have honed their skills in various CAD programs, including Solidworks, AutoCAD, Catia, and NX, just to name a few.

If you're looking for an experienced instructor to help you achieve your goals in the field of Mechanical CAD, look no further. Our instructor is committed to providing you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in the competitive world of Mechanical Design Engineering.

Bhargava Krishna Marripati

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