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Curt Chan

FB10373: Introduction to Lathe Functionality Within Fusion 360

(Duration 48:16)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to set up stock and create toolpaths for lathe machining inside of Fusion 360
  • Learn tips and tricks to get the most out of an integrated design-to-manufacturing workflow based in Fusion 360
  • Learn how to import and manage 3D solid models for machining
  • Learn how to simulate toolpaths, create setup sheets, and post process CNC code for machining

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Learn to extend the power of Autodesk, Inc.'s, fully integrated CAM Solution for Fusion 360 software. In this class you will see just how easily you can program a lathe part. This class is designed for users interested in lathe functionality for Fusion 360 software; and it will also focus on tips, tricks, and training so users can get the most out of CAM for Fusion 360 software, the integrated CAM Solution driven by the same kernel behind HSMWorks software and Inventor HSM software.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Machinist, Manufacturing Engineer, CNC Programmer, CAD Designer

Speakers

Speakers

Curt Chan

Curt Chan is a technical evangelist for the Fusion 360 3D CAD design app and Autodesk, Inc.’s, CAM products. Prior to Autodesk, Curt spent multiple years as a mechanical engineer in the defense and medical industries. As a prior application engineer for SpaceClaim software and SolidWorks software, Curtis brings expertise in a wide variety of CAD solutions. Curt holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from San Diego State University, and he is also an adjunct professor at Palomar College in San Diego, California, teaching 3D CAD modeling. Follow him on Twitter: @Curt_Chan

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Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • FB10373
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Fusion 360
  • CAM 360
  • Fusion 360

Industries

  • Building Products & Fabrication
  • General Manufacturing

Topics

  • Computer Aided Machining (CAM)
  • Small Business Design to Manufacturing