If you didn’t watch part one or part two and would like to follow along, you can download the result of step two. Unzip the downloaded file, and follow the instructions to open it in Fusion 360
Maxime Roz’s HRDI environments
I use the free pack in this tutorial, but there are paid packs available as well:
In this series I’ll be covering how to model a number of woodworking techniques in Autodesk Fusion 360.
- Part One: Modeling the box, bottom, and lid. Covers rabbets, grooves and miters.
- Part Two: Adding splines to reinforce the miters, modeling the thumb grip, and making the lid open and close using joints in Fusion.
- Part Three (This video): Applying wood materials, selecting the best grain, and photorealistic rendering
- Part Four: Creating printable plans and an exploded view from the model
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