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Prototype Machining for Product Designers with Fusion 360
Instructional Demo    CP11498
Andrew Grevstad
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Description

This class presents several real-world examples using Fusion 360 software as a platform for making things using a Tormach PCNC milling machine. We will look in depth at case studies in rapid prototyping, mass customization, tool making, and specialty manufacturing.

Key Learnings

  • Discover advantages of CNC machining for prototyping
  • Discover CAD/CAM workflow for designing and machining parts
  • Discover essential CNC milling concepts
  • Learn how to create simple tool paths using Fusion 360

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Andrew Grevstad received a bachelor’s degree from Michigan Technological University and a master’s degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has worked as an engineer in the machining industry since 2003. Currently he is a senior applications engineer at Tormach Inc. in Madison, Wisconsin. Tormach designs affordable, easy-to-use CNC (computer numerical control) mills, CNC lathes, and other tools for product development, prototyping, and specialty manufacturing of precision-machined components.
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