Workshop on Fusion 360 (two days)


The two day workshop on “FUSION 360” was organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering at Rajkiya Engineering College, Banda in association with Autodesk, held on 18th and 19th April 2016. The workshop was attended by more than 60 participants/students. The technical part of the workshop was covered by Mr. Jasbir Singh and Mr. Kushal Singh who are the certified Autodesk Designer.

Fusion 360 is a cloud-based 3D CAD/CAM tool for product development that combines industrial and mechanical design, collaboration, and machining in a single package. The tools in Fusion 360 enable fast and easy exploration of design ideas with an integrated concept-to-production toolset. Fusion 360 is natively written for both Mac and PC, allowing you to use your preferred OS or both.

First day (18/04/2016) In the beginning of the workshop Mr. Kushal Singh introduces the participants with the basic of Computer Aided Design in the respect of fusion 360. He explained about software used, the scope in designing field and about the industry scope.

Then in practice session, he introduced to the basics of the software “Autodesk Fusion 360” like how to draw lines, circles, splines and all other sketching tools.

Second day (19/04/2016) On the second day, he gave to the students various types of exercises to draw models in 3-D using different tools.

Feedback from The Participants:-

The workshop was very easy to understand for everyone. The students took great interest in the designing part. Same goes for the instructor, taking great interest in teaching the skills of Mechanical design to the students and faculty members. Overall the workshop was fantastic for a two day span.

– Er. Satyendra Kumar Singh(HOD M.E Department)

The workshop was quiet good to be starting from the bottom level to the top level and making thing easy to understand for everyone.

– Chetnaya Dev Bharadwaj (M.E final year)

The workshop was good but it would have been better if one more day was utilized in the advanced designing still considering the two days it was good.

– Siddharth (M.E 3rd year)

It was very interesting to learn like this. Clearing all the basics of the designing and then making to do things easily while taking small steps one by one to reach the goal of learning to design.

-Anil Kumar Yadav (M.E 3rd year)

I am very much delighted to attend the workshop like this as I got the opportunity to understand the basics and the understand what is the thing that we are to do to survive and succeed in industry. What kind of mindset we should have while designing and what mistakes we should avoid.

-Adarsh Kumar Sagar (M.E 1st year)