ACCESS & LEARN FUSION 360
HOW TO GET THE RECOMMENDED SOFTWARE: FUSION 360
We recommend the use of Autodesk Fusion 360 for design of F1 in Schools cars. Students and educators can get free one-year educational access to Autodesk Fusion 360, renewable as long as you remain eligible.
as a student, the simplest and quickest way to get an education license for Fusion 360 is to have a teacher from your school sign up and follow the instructions for educators to be able to get multiple licenses, which they can then easily assign to students. If you don't have a teacher that can do this for you, you can still apply for the education license individually, but it may take longer to complete.
CLICK HERE TO ACCESS FUSION 360 FOR STUDENTS
Watch the following video to learn more about the new process and how to access licenses for your students. Then visit the Autodesk Education Community to check or validate your educator eligibility.
CLICK HERE TO ACCESS FUSION 360 FOR EDUCATORS
LEARN FUSION 360
Here you will find links to specially authored F1 in Schools tutorials. The beginner tutorial assumes that you have had no previous experience with Fusion 360 software. Each tutorial package is a zip file that includes; tutorial PDF, tutorial video and set of tutorial pre-designed 3D part files that you need to upload to Fusion 360. To download the tutorial packages, use the following links:
1. Fusion 360 Beginner - CLICK HERE - Design your own F1 in Schools Car by modifying an existing design.
2. Fusion 360 Intermediate - CLICK HERE - Design your own F1 in Schools Car from 'ground zero'
3. Fusion 360 Advanced - CLICK HERE - Get more in-depth user tips and hints for designing car parts like wheels and wings