Design a Roubo-Inspired Workbench in Fusion 360
To start off our Roubo-inspired workbench build, I thought I'd show how I designed it in both Fusion 360 and SketchUp. In this introduction to Fusion 360 video we'll create a fully parametric model of the workbench. This makes it possible to create and specify custom values (such as the workbench height, top length, top thickness, and leg overhangs) and have both the 3D model and 2D drawings/plans update automatically when they are changed at a later time.
- Download Fusion 360!
- And be sure to check if you meet the startup or hobbyist requirements to continue using Fusion 360 for free! (Click the Trial button in the top right of Fusion to complete the registration.)
The final version of the design can be download from the link below or from the A360 link.
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