3D Modelling and Design using Fusion 360
Students will utilise their problem-solving skills and acquired knowledge of 3D modelling and design, through the use of Fusion 360, as they work towards solving a real-world problem.
3D Modelling and Design using Fusion 360 is available through the following program types. Select a program type to view more information.
On-Site at Quantum Victoria
During this program, students apply Design Thinking as they design, create and manufacture an object using the 3D modelling software, Fusion 360, and a 3D printer, allowing students to experience 3D printing their own model.
Student skill development includes:
Learning through observation
Resilience through productive failure
Problem solving and troubleshooting
An online module complementing the onsite program is available for your students to complete.
This online portal module provides students with an opportunity to review the skills they developed during the experience and explore ways of designing 3D models with greater efficiency.
Video demonstrations and step by step instructions are provided to support and extend students.
Using their acquired knowledge and skills, students will revisit Fusion 360 and associated information such as:
Following a Design Brief
Synchronous (with Quantum Victoria)
The two Synchronous sessions (delivered sequentially) provide students with a basic understanding of Fusion 360 allowing the students to apply the newly acquired knowledge and skills to a range of challenges designed to extend their learning
We acknowledge that Secondary Schools operate within a timetable and can offer a range of times to accommodate this.
Synchronous (Real Time) Component - The lessons are designed to be delivered in 60 minute sessions. This can be varied to align with school timetables.
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