July 22, 2021

Fusion 360 – How to use Steep & Shallow with 'Optimized Perpendicular Passes'

Using Steep & Shallow to produce parallel passes to finish a component works well when the part isn't too deep/steep, as it can result in a great surface finish. In this video Paolo will show you how to use the new 'Optimized Perpendicular Passes' option to produce higher quality toolpaths.

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