Sculpting for Plastic Parts in Fusion 360 // By the end of this video, you’ll know how to create simple plastic parts in Fusion 360's sculpt environment.
To get started, I’m going to create a new component. I’ll select the assemble dropdown list and then select “new component.” Before clicking the OK button I’ll make sure “empty component” is selected and I’ll type out “Plastic Cover” for the component name.
To get to the sculpt environment you’ll see that you can’t select it from the workspace dropdown list… but instead, you have to select “create form” from the create dropdown list or from the toolbar.
TIMESTAMPS 1:30 | Entering the sculpt environment 1:46 | Creating the box 4:47 | Turning symmetry on 5:32 | Deleting the bottom faces 7:23 | Making the sides curved 7:47 | Making copies of sculpt bodies 9:50 | Sculpt thicken command explained 11:37 | Modify thicken command explained
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