As our machining geometry gets more complicated, Autodesk® Fusion 360™ is up to the task! With a host of standard and adaptive toolpaths we can rapidly remove material from even the most complicated 3d parts. In this course, we explore how to rough and finish geometry that requires tool motion in X, Y, and Z simultaneously, learning how to finish even the finest of details. We’ll wrap up this course by creating a full CNC program for a part, simulating it, and exporting it to G-code.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM 3-AXIS MACHINING WITH AUTODESK FUSION 360
The course was really great for Manufacture Engineers.
Great course, learned alot about 3Axis that will help me gain the CNC Traniee position interview I have coming up. The assignments are more complex than whats in Intro to CNC.
If you put the time in and apply yourself, learning a lot of great machining tips as well as being able to generate proper NC code and setup sheets for a machine shop can be achieved.
Its a fantastic course, just that the assignments were quite easy.
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