Published On Aug 16, 2019
Fusion 360 Snap Fit Cases | 3D-Printable Raspberry Pi Case // By the end of this tutorial, you’ll know how to create snap-fit cases in Fusion 360.
We’ll take a look at modeling the snap-fit connections for a 3D-printable Raspberry Pi Case. However, these snap-fit connections could be used in several projects. Be sure to stick around until the very end of this video, where I’ll show you a pro trick to make sure your plastic cases stay aligned while you snap them together.
0:00 - Creating Snap Joints in Fusion 360
2:03 - Importing the reference model
5:12 - Creating the box
6:43 - Adding fillets to the edges
8:27 - Shelling the box (making it hollow)
10:35 - Using the section analysis
12:00 - Creating the pins
15:33 - Projecting the cutout slots
19:07 - Creating slots on the sides
20:35 - Creating slots for the Micro SD card
22:00 - Splitting the case in half
24:33 - Creating the snap joints
32:33 - Creating registration ridges
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