This class will cover the core concepts of 3D programming in Fusion 360 software, including valuable tips, tricks, and best practices from product experts. Attendees should expect to learn full 3D workflows, including generating, containing, and manipulating a variety of 3D roughing and finishing toolpaths. Users will leave with an understanding of what it takes to utilize Fusion 360 to quickly and effectively program parts. We'll highlight the power and flexibility of integrated CAM using Fusion 360, providing real-world scenarios in the manufacturing industry.
- Learn how to identify the difference between milling or turning toolpaths
- Learn how to design CAD geometry for combined milling and turning
- Explore different scenarios to determine the best workflow and strategy required to create a proper toolpath
- Gain a complete understanding of machining for mill turn CNC operations
Master Machinst, Angelo Juras - CAM Product Manager, Fusion 360.Angelo has 29 years experience in the machining industry and came to Autodesk from Tesla Motors R&D Prototyping Lab. While at Tesla, Angelo was responsible formachining complex vehicle components and sub-assemblies using state of the art CNC machine tools with very short lead-times and extremely tight tolerances.In addition, Angelo spent many years teaching CNC, and also installing and servicing CNC machines for Americas largest machine tool builder, Haas Automation by way of Selway Machine Tool Company in California.Angelo has a vast knowledge of machining principles using CAD/CAM software for manufacturing in many industries including: Semiconductor, Defense, Aerospace, Disc Drive, Automotive and Robotics Industries.