For those who follow my blog know that I have a 3D printer. Besides thinking up and creating everyday solutions with my 3D printer, I also like to draw 3D models. In this case the Plantower PMSA003i Digital Laser Dust Sensor. By drawing 3D models I learn “playfully” more and more. I sometimes made models in the past, which I later removed again, this is of course a shame. That’s why I want to share one of my 3D models with you here. If you like it you can download it at the bottom of this blog.
PMSA003i Digital Laser Dust Sensor
So at first I need the dimensions from the PMSA003i Digital Laser Dust Sensor. Then I need to draw the PMSA003i Digital Laser Dust Sensor in Fusion 360. Below you will find the dimensions as I used them to design the PMSA003i Digital Laser Dust Sensor.
I use Fusion 360 for my models. Fusion 360 for personal use is a limited version that includes basic functionality, free for 1-year for non-commercial use.
Is Fusion 360 still free for hobbyists or for personal use? Fusion 360 for personal use, formerly known as Fusion 360 for hobbyist use, is free for qualifying non-commercial users as a 1-year subscription. Download Fusion 360 for personal use here.
How long is Fusion 360 free for hobbyists or for personal use? Fusion 360 for personal use is free for 1-year for qualifying non-commercial users. A hobbyist user must generate less than $1,000 USD in annual revenue, using Fusion 360 for home-based, non-commercial design, manufacturing, and fabrication projects.
How do you get Fusion 360 as a hobbyist? Hobbyists can download Fusion 360 for personal use here by signing-in or creating an Autodesk account.
You can download you free version here.
You can download the files at GrabCAD of at Thingsiverse.
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