Drum set

Drum set

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Description

I wanted to focus on mechanical design within Fusion and also assemblies and joints. All components were modeled in "model" mode and put together as assemblies. The drums all come out of a single file, for which only two values (width and depth) need to be changed for each size. The hardware was modeled so that it moves and adjusts via Joints. Check out the videos included that show how to change drum sizes and move tripods. All renderings were done in Fusion360 as well. I'm super happy with everything that I was able to accomplish with a single CAD program! #AllDoneinFusion360

Comments

Really good job man, the level of detail is amazing!

over 3 years ago

Excellent job...very nice.

almost 4 years ago

It's really extraordinary brain and powerful software!

about 4 years ago

Awesome work Alex!!

over 4 years ago

Hello!
How do you draw cymbals?
I liked the waves on the surface! )

over 4 years ago

Thank you, Aradhana, Sharath and Lulzim!

almost 5 years ago

That looks amazing, Alex!

almost 5 years ago

Thats great work.. Looks amazing..

almost 5 years ago

Great work especially the rendering. Well done Alex.

almost 5 years ago

Thanks, Jay and Christoph!

almost 5 years ago

nice set-up !

almost 5 years ago

We should feature this project!

about 5 years ago
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Alex Lobos
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