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In the previous Fusion 360 tutorials, we learned how to draw two components for our robot arm: a robot base and a Nema23 motor mount. In this tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to use drawings to create models in Fusion 360. https://youtu.be/p_ih-2sy_j0 Rather than walk through each component step-by-step, I wanted to show you 1) which components are left to draw; and 2) how to use these drawings to develop parts. Practice makes perfect, so I highly recommend drawing these components by hand rather than importing them into Fusion 360. Let's jump into it!
Table of Contents
How to use Fusion 360 Drawings
Engineers use drawings to document features of a part. In this section, you'll learn two ways you can use drawings to create a component
Draft Components Manually
The first way you can use a drawing is to create a 3D model by hand. Gather a PDF copy o…
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