Sunday, September 6, 2015

Making Mechanical Marvels in Wood with Fusion 360- Part 1

This is an old book! but a very good book for those who want to start building interesting things in wood.

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To practice and learn how to use and simulate mechanism in Fusion 360 I modeled all the projects in the book except two.

What I found during this exercises is that Fusion is really friendly and essay to use for and also very powerful. It has some limitations with advance features like motion simulation and contact sets but for general design this things are not very important.

Here are all the models and pictures

Wooden Cam Follower:

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The wooden Eccentric Mechanism

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4 comments:

  1. Hi Carlos,
    today I stumbled over the following: http://derekhugger.com/colibri.html
    This is absolutely amazing! You need to watch the video!
    Have fun
    cu Michael

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  2. Router tables are extremely handy tools for wood working projects. You won't be able to shape wood without one. Every wood worker needs to have one in their shop. Pre-made router tables are a good option, but they are extremely expensive. If you are handy and feel up to the challenge,

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  4. I was never much of a tech-savvy guy, but Fusion 360 seems great for intricate wood projects. I have recently purchased a pretty advanced table saw I've read at http://www.sawinery.net/best-table-saw. and it's been amazing. I'm actually excited to explore more of these advanced tools.

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