How to Use Fusion 360 CAM to 3D Machine an angled surface AND get great finishes! Great surface finishes are a result of different variables, so even when toolpaths look good in Fusion, the part may STILL not turn out the way you want. Let’s discuss how to improve surface finish by maintaining consistent tool deflection, tooling types/sizes, how to avoid/combat scalloping, and how to use a PATCH to prevent pesky linking moves from taking place on the part!
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