I’ve now reached 4 published episodes of the #Fusion360 for 3D Printing series on Youtube where I try to teach while i CAD, more or less. First episode might be a bit rough, but it improves! If you like this, please let me know and tweet me suggestions on what you want to learn! (Tweet […]
In this CAD-along we’ll design a nozzle for my bathtub! Because, why not 😉 Watch the movie to see the process, but here is the result. First try was not very successful…. However, tweaking the part that screws on, I had much better results. Might want to disturb the flow a bit more in […]
I try to be as quick and efficient as possible when I do my modelling. It’s not always perfect… As a hobbyist you usually want to focus on details, feeling, function and a really nice and tidy model. But when you’ve worked as a 3D-artist you soon realize it’s “just” about finding the sweet-spot between […]
Today I got to show of an beta version of the DSLRigger as part of representing Creative Tools, together with Autodesk at MTD (Medieteknikdagarna) in Norrköping, Sweden. The feedback is great and i even got to show a few lucky viewers how great it is to have a printer nearby. One of the parts didn’t […]
We’re getting close to the V1 release! Using Autodesk Fusion 360, I’m now finishing the last few files before printing and testing. When everything seems good, we’ll launch and make sure you can participate! Discuss and watch the project here: http://bit.ly/1pqXsMN
A while back we did a really interesting project at the office where i work. We used a 3D-scanner to scan my colleagues and then model our own Mount Rushmore from that and then finally print at a Ultimaker. 3Dprint.com wrote about it here and writes: When it comes to 3D printing, you have to […]
Create quick polygon shapes in Autodesk 3ds Max and convert to solid with Fusion 360. Use 3ds Max for the quick and dirty design of objects, like a hook in my video, with polygon-ish-design. It’s much easier in 3ds Max than to do in Fusion 360. After you finish the model, export to STL or […]
In this video you’ll see a overview of different CAD-software that fits 3D-printing! We’ll go through the basics of Autodesk 123D apps (free to use) and specially TinkerCAD, Autodesk 123D Design and Autodesk Fusion 360 and why they are great for 3D-printing!