Getting started

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In this course, we use Autodesk® Fusion 360, a cloud-based 3D CAD/CAM tool for product development that combines industrial and mechanical design, collaboration, and machining. Fusion 360 is available for both PC and Mac users and enables fast and easy exploration of design ideas with an integrated concept-to-manufacturing platform. Best of all, it's free for educators, students, and institutions! In order to use Autodesk software, you will need to create an Autodesk ID. For details on this and other Account feature details, visit the Autodesk Knowledge Network

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Fusion 360 CAD/CAM software 

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Fusion 360 Lab installation instructions
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Introduction to CAD, CAM, and Practical CNC Machining
20 lessons | 20 hours
Author: Matt Perez
Software: Fusion 360
Level: Intermediate
Enrollment: 3121

iCourse Description

Getting started

Lesson 1: Exploring the Fusion 360 Interface

Lesson 2: The basics of sketching in Fusion 360

Lesson 3: The basics of geometry creation in Fusion 360

Lesson 4: The basics of geometry modification in Fusion 360

Lesson 5: How do we properly use bodies and components

Lesson 6: Creating 2D drawings from a 3D model

Lesson 7: What is Stock?

Lesson 8: Figuring out how to hold stock

Lesson 9: Work and Tool Coordinate Systems

Lesson 10: Types of tools and their motions

Lesson 11: How to define a CAM setup in Fusion 360

Lesson 12: Creating and Managing Tool Libraries

Lesson 13: Machine configurations

Lesson 14: Cutting a waterjet part

Lesson 15: Introduction to 2.5 Axis Machining

Lesson 16: Machining Open and Closed Pockets

Lesson 17: Drilling and tapping toolpaths

Lesson 18: Course challenge

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