CAM & CNC Hands on at Autodesk University

by ShannonMcGarry 4 years ago 1 min read


Have you ever wanted to learn how to generate toolpaths and cut parts on a CNC Machine? Well, now you can get the first-hand experience at AU! This year at Autodesk University we’re holding the first Fusion 360 CNC hands on training, lead by John Saunders from NYC CNC, where you’ll learn how to create your custom CAM toolpath in Fusion 360, followed by hands-on machining using Tormach 440 machines provided by Tormach.



John Saunders
NYC CNC was started in 2007 when John purchased a TAIG desktop CNC milling machine for his Manhattan apartment. John struggled to work with machine shops for one-off prototypes and tweaks. He started a now-popular YouTube Channel documenting successes & failures while learning the many skillsets of machining and fabrication. Now he runs a successful machine shop and machining training center.



Tormach represents a new era in making things with the line of Personal CNC
Mills, the 15L Slant-PRO Lathe, and the PSG 612 Grinder. By providing quality machine tools that are approachable and cost-effective, Tormach looks to enable the ideas of everybody from machinists and inventors to makers and educators.
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