Fusion 360 series for 3D Printing

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 @AntonMnsson )

 

Episode 1.

Episode 2.

Episode 3.

Episode 4.

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- 3D-visionary enthusiast exploring the world of 3D-printing. With 12+ years of 3D experience from visualization, VFX and CAD-design and the industry itself, I tend to find interest and ideas from the world around me.

2 Comments

  • David
    Reply

    Hi Anton, I´m a relatively new in this world of 3D printing, I have a model that is like a tablet, I dont have a 3D printer, so….., I need to find a very good place to print a very very decent prototype, like very polished result………
    1-Do you print all your own models?
    2-Do you bring that service (printing service)?
    3-Which place do you recommend to print a prototype with shipping (I’m from Central America)?
    Thank You so much

    • Anton Månsson
      Reply

      Hey David,
      My tip is to go to http://www.3Dhubs.com and find a more professional printing user close to you. Or even go to a service-bureau in a nearby city.

      3Dhubs users (go for highly rated ones) will be able to charge extra to finish of the model and give you a good finished result.

      Me personally print all my models, but I don’t have the ability to do 3D printing to central america unfortunately.

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