Have you attended one of our Autodesk Fusion 360 Workshop and left wanting follow up info to fine tune your skills? Or did you not get to a workshop in person, but wish you had?

You’ll be pleased to know that the terrific Taylor Stein @Tastein, one of the Autodesk Fusion 360 Evangelists who taught the San Francisco Workshops, has create step-by-step video on how to design a 3D Printed Lampshade using Fusion 360. The video is great and easy-to-follow - ideal if you’ve never modeled in Fusion 360 before.

We’d love to see your creations, so please do share the fruits of your design work in the comments below.

Watch, model, print and enjoy!


Great tutorial, Nikki, thanks for sharing! Can’t wait to try this :slight_smile:


Very cool tutorial - thanks for sharing Nikki!


Great tutorial

Awesome! :smiley: Thanks for sharing the tutorial and the idea of the design. Looks really great!!

Thanks for the inspiration :wink:

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Thanks for sharing! I love Fusion 360 it’s really nice and easy to use, i’ve done a few things with it, but this kind of approach i never thought of it.

Here’s a quick shot at the tutorial, i just did a spline instead of the lines for interesecting with the base solid, (i did an offset of the spline to do the intersecting solid).

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