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Amish Solanki

MFG125983: Don't Fear 5 Axis 2.0, 5 Axis, and 3+2: Toolpaths and Work-Holding Strategies

(Duration 01:05:09)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to program a 3+2 part
  • Learn how to make higher-quality parts in less time
  • Discover easy and complex work-holding strategies
  • Learn Fusion 360 tips and tricks

Description

Description

Amish Solanki and Laurens Wijnschenk will showcase various advanced 5-axis toolpaths and work-holding strategies for 3+2 and 5-axis parts using Fusion 360 software and Autodesk HSM software. This will be a small guide that will help you program your parts and tips on work-holding tools and setups.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Machinist looking at moving from 3axis to 5axis

Speakers

Speakers

Amish Solanki

CNC Machinst // After 9 years of working for my father's CNC machine shop, I took a leave and worked as a visual artist doing photography and cinematography. This took me to various parts of the world, having spent almost 3 years on the road backpacking. Having now returned to the manufacturing world, I've taken over the CNC machine shop since 2014 and started to advanced it with the newest of technology with Fusion 360 and 5 axis CNC machinery.

Phil Butterworth

Spent 10 years in the oilfield, starting off as an apprentice machinist before moving to lead programer and then to Designing down hole tools. After the downfall of the oilfield I started Nahilo Precision, a small machine shop consulting company. Now I am co owner of MJK Machine co which is a part of MJK Performance, where we design and manufacture very high end aftermarket parts for Harley Davidson motorcycles.

Laurens Wijnschenk

Youngster amongst the Expert Elite members but have been called an old dog by some in the CAM business. Started at my brother’s shop a few years ago. As the “computer nerd” in the family I was the guy to help move from hold hand wheels to CNC controls. Now we have a shop with 5 guys and some serious machines. I’m responsible for everything that happens on the shop floor, including all tools needed for the work at hand. Have been working with the CAM Development team before it was part of Autodesk.Together, Autodesk (CAM), the re-sellers and the users we are building a great product.

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Published

  • 2017
  • MFG125983
  • AU Las Vegas;

Software

  • Autodesk HSM
  • HSMWorks
  • Fusion 360

Industry

  • Other Manufacturing

Topics

  • Machining
  • Smart Manufacturing