Draft | Shapr3D for Beginners

Draft | Shapr3D for Beginners

Draft is used to taper or angle specific faces of your designs. So, going back to our video game remote controller design, we might remember we actually used the Translate tools and Scaling tools to apply a draft angle to…

Editing Sketches | Shapr3D for Beginners

Editing Sketches | Shapr3D for Beginners

To edit an existing sketch is nice and simple as well. If I have this drawn line here, I can just tap to select the line, and I’ll see it coming in in this light blue color here. That’s just…

Extrude a sketch to create a body | Shapr3D for Beginners

Extrude a sketch to create a body | Shapr3D for Beginners

Now that we have finished off our sketch, the next thing we want to do is extrude this sketch to give it some thickness or depth to create our 3D object. The first thing I want to do when extruding…

Sketching | Shapr3D for Beginners

Sketching | Shapr3D for Beginners

To begin a new sketch in Shaper3D, let’s step on the “Sketch” tool. And right at the top I have the “Pen” tool which can be very useful to draw lines, arcs, circles as we’ll see and essentially this is…

Finalize Sketch | Shapr3D for Beginners

Finalize Sketch | Shapr3D for Beginners

Over the next few lessons, we’re going to be creating this bracket design. To get started, I’m going to sketch out the general base shape for this design. I might start with a sketch that looks something like this. Let’s…

QUICK TIP: Auxiliary Views in 2D Drawings

QUICK TIP: Auxiliary Views in 2D Drawings

and the other thing that I think is really cool let me jump back over here is maybe I want to create a representation of a view that isn't isometric it isn't a projection it's kind of something like let's…

360 LIVE: Creating Animations & Exploded Views

360 LIVE: Creating Animations & Exploded Views

hello everyone and welcome to episode of fusion 360 live my name is Brad Tallis from Autodesk and I also have Angelo helping me out this time he's gonna be my wingman for today's presentation as Aaron is actually in…