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Welcome back to another Fusion 360 Tutorial for Robotics! This is the middle of the tutorial series, so if you haven't checked out the previous parts, I recommend starting there before diving into this lesson. In this lesson, you'll learn how to create assemblies in Fusion 360. Let's get started! https://youtu.be/WffcOAWpYTM I recommend picking up a wireless mouse to make drafting easier. You can always opt for a mouse designed specifically for CAD modeling, or go crazy and buy this $280 mouse. Regardless of what you buy, I highly recommend using a mouse over your built-in trackpad.
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How to create an assembly in Fusion 360
Before starting, create a new project folder and upload all of your components into this directory.
Then, follow these steps to add components to your current design.
Open Fusion 360, then go to File > New Design.
Click the "Show Data P…
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