**Student Notes: **Download the Worksheet, dimension the parts using the given scale, then make them in your 3D modeling software! Here is a project to help you and your students get acquainted with Autodesk Fusion 360. There are eleven parts to make, and they are all pretty simple. There are many examples of **subtractive** and **additive** 3D modeling techniques as well as extensive use of the **Hole** tool. There is a **Loft** as well.

**Teacher Notes: **Download and hand out the **Worksheet**, so that students can figure out the dimensions and take notes, then hand out the **Hand-In** file electronically so that students can paste a snip of the parts into it so that you can grade it.

These parts originated from a worksheet I used to use when we used *t-squares *and *triangles* on a *drawing board* so some of the more “seasoned” professionals may get a kick out of them!

This would be another activity that you might be able to use as a distance learning project during the **COVID-19** outbreak as well.

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