A lathe chuck spacer isn't just great practice for beginner machinists, it's also been extremely helpful when it comes to turning multiple redundant ops for Johnny 5. Let's cover tips and tricks in Fusion 360 CAM and design intent. Not April fools + Enthusiastic Lathe Talk = AM I OKAY??
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