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Use to build sketching skill in Fusion 360
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2019
Acquire the basics of Fusion thru the on-line tutorials and other books (I have Autodesk Fusion 360: A Power Giide...[expensive]), then use the 200 exercises book for its repetition. This builds instant recall of commands, and develops different approaches to solve similar problems, depending on the particulars of the situation. I found concealing the end product picture with a post-it forced me to think out the transition from 2D to 3D with the Fusion universe of tools. Each exercise took about 5-15 minutes, and each becomes progressively faster as the tools go to reflex, instead of having the think each step out - the value of repetition in learning.
I use Fusion to make working drawings of metal work projects (mill and lathe), 3D printed projects, and general repair and woodworking creations. Because I am not a daily user, it seemed I had to relearn many of the commands each time, and was unaware of the potential value of maximizing the use of timesavers (such as mirroring and circular arrays) at every opportunity. But, this is not an educational book, it is an exercise book, and will only be of value if you appreciate it as such.
I now use Fusion to put to paper all but the simplest projects. The 3d representation almost always saves time and wasted resources.