Asset 12 Asset 10 Asset 11 autodesk_icon_font_1_18_17_start_over-01

Keyboard ALT + g to toggle grid overlay

  • Save to my AU Saved

Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to import and manage 3D solid models for machining
  • Learn how to create 2 1/2-axis machining job setups
  • Learn how to create CNC machining operations using Inventor HSM software for milling and drilling
  • Learn how to simulate toolpath and post process CNC codes for machines

Description

Description

With rapid growth in technology—especially in manufacturing processes—coordination between designers, engineers, and shop-floor CNC (computer numerical control) programmers is a challenging scenario. Manufacturers cannot always make designs created by designers and engineers, and they send the designs back to the design team for modification in the part model. Additionally, sometimes the right tools may not be available on the shop floor. To overcome these problems, designers and engineers should obtain a basic knowledge of CNC programming and CNC-code generation, which could reduce the time to market and enhance the company's return on investment. This class covers the steps involved in importing the CAD Model into Inventor HSM integrated CAM Solution for Inventor 2015 software. This process reduces the errors involved during importation and further enables designers and engineers to generate CNC codes and set up models for manufacturability. We will also discuss workflow regarding sending the codes to a machine.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Engineers, Designers, CNC Programmers, shop floor engineers

Speakers

Speakers

Sunith Babu

After completing his master's degree in CAD/CAM, Sunith Babu began teaching AutoCAD software and Inventor software, and he has been doing so for more than 10 years both online and at training locations across India. He's popularly known as CAD Professor, and he blogs at cadprofessor.com, a highly rated blog. He has taught more than 10,000 students, faculty members, and industry professionals on various CAD topics. His articles have reached AUGI HotNews, AUGIWorld magazine, AUGI Training Program, Autodesk Community India, AUGI India, and a number of reseller newsletters across the world. Since 2003 he has been teaching people how to increase productivity through the use of CAD tools. He is a faculty member at M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, and he is currently teaching various products of Autodesk, Inc., to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. He is one of the first Autodesk Certified Instructors (ACI) and Autodesk Certified Evaluators from India, and he has conducted ACI programs in India and the Middle East.

Tags

Published

  • 2014
  • PE6950
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • HSMWorks, HSMWorks, Inventor

Industry

  • Manufacturing and Product Design

Topics

  • Computer Aided Machining (CAM)