VEX Robotics Competition Fusion 360 Video Online Challenge Sponsored by Autodesk®
Given the challenges that currently face K-12 and higher education institutions, the Autodesk Fusion 360 Online Challenge is a great opportunity for students to learn this 3D modeling and iterative processes through a virtual setting. Modeling can be shared and managed through a cloud-based software platform. This challenge will build upon skills that were learned in the Make It Real CAD Engineering Challenge Sponsored by Autodesk.
In this challenge, participants will use the same Autodesk Fusion 360 software used by professionals to conceptualize and test iterations of their robot in a 3D setting. This challenge will focus on building foundational concepts and will help utilize teams, hubs, calendars, and more to best manage the robots design process and assets. The Autodesk Fusion 360 challenge will be a video challenge that will include the participants discussing their process and documenting best practices and how it impacted the team.
To help you succeed, access to Autodesk software will be available at no charge for the challenge. Whether you’ve used the software before or are brand new to CAD, the Autodesk Design Academy provides lessons and video tutorials for all skill levels.
To get started, carefully read the complete challenge requirements on our website and then visit the Autodesk Design Academy challenge page to download software, watch tutorials and learn how to create custom parts. When you’re ready, return to the website to submit your entry.
This is team 94999E Yokai Independent's entry for the Fusion 360 Video Online Challenge!
The video for our submission is attached.
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Our team is competing in the 2020-2021 VEXIQ competitions and in particular wanted to compete in this CAD competition. Though my students started with Autodesk Inventor, they found working remotely was much easier with Autodesk Fusion360 and port over all their designs. This porting also made it so they could collaborate better and compete in this competition. After many trials and errors about parts of our robot such as determining the design of our mechanism that would allow the robot to pick up and release objects, we were able to form a final design of our robot and visualize...
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This year will be 936B's 6th season competing in VRC. Throughout the years, we've faced many obstacles - from issues in transporting robots to having to rebuild overnight. However, COVID-19 presented us with an unprecedented challenge. Being in Hong Kong, we ended up shutting down schools a lot earlier than many other countries. This meant that to this day, our ability to meet, train, and build was severely restricted. Despite, this, our efforts in creating a Computer-aided Design, combined with usage of various collaboration tools, allowed us to effectively train new members,...
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In this video, team members of 6546A came together to talk about the impact Fusion 360 has had on our team and how we utilized it this year. With COVID-19 having brought a sudden and unpredictable change this year, we were faced with even more obstacles than we predicted. It was so unpredictable that it prompted one of our members to say "gee I guess building robots wasn't hard enough, now we gotta build with rulers or something." However, despite all the challenges we faced, we kept on adapting and learning how to continue building and designing. Fusion...
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Westside High School VEX Robotics Club Autodesk Fusion 360 Competition Entry
Clayton Smith - club president
Janine Teh - lead editor
Ian Nguyen - lead designer
Siddharth Agarwala - designer
Mai Thi - designer
This is our entry for the Autodesk Fusion 360 CAD challenge. We began this competition with an aim to do well but a larger aim being that everyone should learn how to work with CAD. With the whole team's involvement, we could share the project amongst everyone and collaborate to produce a CAD design with everyone's best efforts. We hope you like our video!
VRC Change Up Robot Design
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