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Discussion in 'Projects' started by KTMDirtFace, Aug 26, 2016.

  1. KTMDirtFace

    KTMDirtFace Well-Known Member

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    Got new headphones for my PC. Made this in Fusion 360 and printed on my roboR1 last night in Esun orange PETG. .3mm layers

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    danzca6 Well-Known Member

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    Very nice. I love Fusion 360. Fusion 360 and a Robo make a nice match for making what you need.
     
  3. KTMDirtFace

    KTMDirtFace Well-Known Member

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    Yea its great, i'm still getting used to it. But that timeline feature or whatever is the best thing about it by far.
     
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    Wait until you start making models that include other smaller models, the updating of designs is awesome. But, I like the timeline the best too.
     
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  5. danzca6

    danzca6 Well-Known Member

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    Any hardware you need to add to your models...look at http://www.mcmaster.com/. If you find a nut or bolt you want to include into your design you can go to their site and into product details. It will show a nice 2d drawing of the part and you have the option to download that 3d model in all sorts of formats to import. I just download the solidworks model and import it into Fusion 360. Very handy tip I learned awhile back.
     
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    For fastners i use fastenal locally. Have or can get everything i need at large quantities and fast
     
  7. KTMDirtFace

    KTMDirtFace Well-Known Member

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    They are good but don't have any small stuff where I live and not much metric stuff either. I end up raiding the bins at ACE hardware.
     
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    I use ACE as well.
     
  9. WheresWaldo

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    You guys do realize that @danzca6 meant within you model file. McMaster-Carr can import 3D models of nearly all their fasteners into your model in Fusion 360.
     
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    Oh, ok.

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    KTMDirtFace Well-Known Member

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    Yes I realized that :)

    and I will use that feature for that.
     
  12. Geof

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    @WheresWaldo / @danzca6 !!!!!! I didnt realize thats what that feature did! Playing with it now and holy crap! The 3d file import is amazing ! THANK YOU!!!!!
     
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  13. danzca6

    danzca6 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah my mind was pretty much blown when I discovered that moons ago. Very handy. I don't think many people realize it is there so I try to mention it where I can to those first using 360.
     
  14. Ryan TeGantvoort

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    I absolutely love McMaster Carr for this. I have been using this feature for years! No need reinventing the wheel. I use SolidWorks so just download and drop it in. For bolts/nuts/screws etc, I still use the SolidWorks Toolbox, but you could save the McMaster files in a custom toolbox. One positive of using McMaster designs is the Part Number associated with it for easy ordering and BOM. Plus McMaster Carr has insane shipping! I just designed some Custom Fixtures using 80/20 and used all of their Models for the Aluminum 80/20 and hardware. Keep in mind all of their parts do not have the CAD files available, but most do.
     
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    Luckily I can take advantage of their will call window. :)
     
  16. Ryan TeGantvoort

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    Next day delivery works well enough for me! At the most 2 days.
     

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