I am just starting to use Fusion 360 for CAM, and having a problem with it cutting too slow. It looks like it is trying to make very small movements around curved areas, only moving ~2 in/min. This makes for very jerky movements and nearly pausing, probably because the movements are too short and it has trouble overcoming the static friction. On long straight cuts it gets up to the programmed 30 in/min, though they are not very straight.
I assumed the parameter I needed to adjust was the Tolerance. On my first cut I left it at the default 0.004". On my second cut I increased this to 0.05". Both had about the same results.
I have had much better results from Makercam and Easel - lines are very straight, curved areas cut nearly as fast as straight areas, etc.
What should I look at doing different?
This is what I am trying to cut. Simple 5"x5"x0.75" block with one pocket and one contour cut.
Cut 1 on the left, cut 2 on the right.
Fusion 360 file is below, if anyone wants to take a closer look.
B test block v3.f3d (189.6 KB)