Designing a product is only part of the process. Now, can that product be manufactured? A CNC machinist works with computer numeric controlled (CNC) machines from generating the machine code to machine setup and run. Understanding both CAD and CAM is essential to this portion of a design. Even if you are not the end user who programs a machine, it is invaluable to know how it’s done. This knowledge translates directly to part design by helping make intelligent design decisions with manufacturing in mind. This course introduces you to the integrated CAD/CAM approach behind Fusion 360 CAD/CAM as well as 3D printed design setup and finally assembly and testing. All stages of product design in one place!
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TOP REVIEWS FROM MANUFACTURING PROCESS WITH AUTODESK FUSION 360
Great course , it helped me a lot to improve my skills in Autodesk fusion 360. Thank you.
I did not know a lot about CAM until I did this course
Thank you for the well-structured material.
Such a wonderful course, it helped me better understand manufacturing processes using Fusion 360 and how to generate toolpaths, and NC files for CNC machining and 3D printing.
Beautiful specialization course. Possible to complete this specialization due to lockdown.
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