Fusion 360’s surface tools offer several advantages. In this video, we’ll take a look at using core surface tools to surface model a spoon.
I’ll walk you through a common “skeleton” technique that we'll use to reference the top profile shape. We’ll complete the surface model by surfacing the handle and trimming the excess material away.
0:00 - Surface modeling a spoon in Fusion 360
0:45 - Creating the top profile sketch
4:00 - Making the top sketch fully-defined
5:26 - Intersecting the top profile points
5:38 - Creating the side profile template
6:42 - Sketching the side profile
8:53 - Projecting the spoon shape
10:00 - Finishing the sketches
11:27 - Patching the spoon shape
13:45 - Lofting the handle shape
14:44 - Trimming the handle
15:21 - Adjusting the spoon and handle shape
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