Length 1h 23m With Project Files MP4
If you’re designing metal components using subtractive technologies, you’ll need to do things differently than you would for other materials and processes, such as injection molding or additive manufacturing. This course shows how to use Fusion 360â€”the affordable cloud-powered CAM toolâ€”to build effective designs specifically for subtractive manufacturing (such as CNC milling) in metal. Thom Tremblay shows how to build solid designs, simulate how the model will hold up to the stress of production and use, render the design for presentation, and finalize it for manufacturing.
Setting up parameters
Animating and rendering the design
Testing alternative materials
Creating the setup
Publishing and posting the design
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