Fusion 360 3D CAD/CAM software has opened up a world of possibilities to engineers, machinists, and makers. It is no longer necessary to spend serious money to get into an integrated CAD/CAM package with equally serious capabilities. But this is a double-edged sword, and it's had the effect of inserting into the manufacturing sector people who have little to no experience in machining, quality control, or customer relations. This course seeks to provide a comprehensive list of tips, tricks, and advice in the areas of computer numerical control (CNC) machining, quality control, customer relations, and personal/business integrity. While a lot of the content is "software agnostic," Fusion 360 will be used to its full extent as often as is possible.