Here are a few handy Fusion 360 links to get started. Tutorials and videos
In this class, you’ll learn everything you need to know to design and create your own CNC cut projects, whether or not you’ve got access to a CNC router. We'll cover cutting flat panels for flat-pack furniture, carving complex 3D forms,...
2D CAD and CAM Class: Fusion 360 is a powerful cloud-based design and manufacturing tool that connects your entire product development process in one software package. You can design, iterate, test, and fabricate, all while collaborating with anyone...
Autodesk’s Fusion 360 is the 3D CAD/CAM/CAE/PCB and cloud collaboration software mechanical engineers, industrial designers and machinists use to design, engineer, simulate, and manufacture their products.
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CAM Optimization discussions
I am experimenting with two strategies to improve the quality of the cutting:
Ramping down the feedrate before making a directional change; and
Leaving a small amount of excess material around the part and then doing 1 final full depth finish pass along the contour
I think both of these strategies can be accomplished using Fusion360. The rampdown of the feedrate is the easiest.
How to Rampdown the Feedrate During Direction Changes
Do all of you 2D contour settings like normal.
On the Passe…
So this took longer than my lunch break, but I was able to diagnose the issues we saw in this thread.
Okay, problem the first:
Which we already pretty much knew was going on. It’s quite an easy fix. Click on “Box Point”, and several white dots will show up. You will want to click on one of the dots at the top of the model. I selected the center point, but you could quite as easily select a different point.
One other quick change I made was to flip the X axis. Not really ne…
Anything more recent for current version of Fusion 360?
Any luck finding updated videos?
Oh well, back to the classroom haha.
@Nick_Barros. I’m still very new to all this. I found that doing a layout in Inkscape and then processing it in JSCut has been the easiest for me. That’s how I did the WFH desk I posted.
I’m still learning Fusion, but I’m going through it from the 3D printer point of view because it seems there’s a lot more content out there.
Its funny actually. I bought my Maslow first, then I read here that a lot of people got started on 3D printing, so I picked up an Ender 3 Pro and now I’m learning twice as fast.
same exact thing as me, I bought a Maslow a few years ago and actually got pretty good at it but then got busy at work and pretty much let it sit for a year and forgot everything I learned. Then I bought a 3D printer (also an Ender 3 pro) now I mess mostly with additive making and less with milling and it has definitely helped me learn fusion.
I thought this YouTube channel has some concise and to the point videos with the newer UI for Fusion that AutoDesk pushed out about a year ago,
Also the official Fusion360 channel has been doing live streams, several recently on CAM.