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Sculpting a Watering Can in Fusion 360 (beginner concepts explained)

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Published on Mar 22, 2019

Sculpting a Watering Can in Fusion 360 (beginner concepts explained) // By the end of this video, you’ll know how to sculpt a watering can in Fusion 360.

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 “Watering Can” for the component name.

The goal of this beginner sculpting lesson is to show you how to use the sweep and loft commands in combination with other sculpted bodies. I’ll also show you how to use the bridge command in order to merge the open ends of our sculpted bodies.

TIMESTAMPS
1:19 | Creating the base box
3:45 | Rounding over the bottom
4:57 | Filling the hole
6:17 | Adding a beveled edge
9:47 | Creating the handle
11:07 | Deleting and bridging the handle ends
14:53 | Creating the spout
17:44 | Setting the selection priority
18:38 | Creating the hole on top
18:45 | Thickening the body

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