Let’s use Fusion 360 CAM to show four different 3D surfacing toolpaths! When Amish Solanki from SSCAD CAM wanted to hide an ugly door chime, we thought his idea was awesome. So, we decided to machine the same piece to get an in-depth look at different surface finishes. Let’s walk step-by-step through the settings in Fusion 360 to create 4 different finishes that can make your parts look great. From faux knurling to radial toolpaths, we’ve got you covered!
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1/4″ Diameter 1.0 LOC, Variable 3 Flute End Mill
3/8″ (.030 Corner Radius) Variable 3 Flute End Mill
3/16″ Variable Flute Ball End Mill
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