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Instructional Demo    MFG10365
3-Axis Machining and Beyond with Fusion 360
Curt Chan
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Description

This class is designed for existing users of the Fusion 360 3D CAD platform who are looking to take advantage of the computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) capabilities. Topics covered will include workholding, multiple setups, multipart setups, 3+2 machining, setup sheet customization, and post processing.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to program parts with prismatic and sculpted/organic-shaped features using 3D machining strategies
  • Learn tips and tricks to get the most out of an integrated design-to-manufacturing workflow based in Fusion 360
  • Learn how to incorporate workholding into the CNC programming process
  • Discover how to utilize the CAM capabilities offered in the Fusion 360

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Curtis Chan is a technical evangelist at Autodesk, Inc. He works with students, startups, and larger companies to help them embrace and get the most out of the new generation of cloud and mobile-based manufacturing software such as Fusion 360 3D CAD design app. Prior to Autodesk, Chan spent several years as a mechanical engineer in the defense industry (associated with the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program), and he was an equipments engineer in the medical industry devising new technology for manufacturing coronary stents. Aside from industry experience, as a prior application engineer for 3D-design software companies such as SpaceClaim and SolidWorks, Chan offers expertise in a variety of 3D CAD/CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) tools, complementing his knowledge in finite element analysis (FEA) products and additive/subtractive manufacturing techniques. Chan holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from San Diego State University. Follow him on Twitter: @Curt_Chan
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