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Learn How to Master Deburring: a Fusion 360 Tutorial | Autodesk Fusion 360

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When machining your parts or components, you may have noticed a "flash" of material on the edges–we call those burrs. Even after completing all machining toolpaths on a part, a part is only considered shippable after being completely deburred. Historically, this deburring process has been manual–one machinist with one part, deburring by hand. Until today!

The new Fusion 360 deburr toolpath automatically detects all of the external sharp edges and removes remaining burrs across the entirety of the part.

The deburr toolpath in Fusion 360 carves into the surface of the part by a user-defined amount to remove the burrs. The Fusion 360 deburr toolpath is for areas where you have an edge– the deburr toolpath runs the tool along the edge just enough to remove the sharpest burrs. The deburr toolpath in Fusion 360 greatly reduces the amount of manual deburring required on a completed part.

The Fusion 360 deburr toolpath is 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis capable. This new toolpath will save you time, money, and frustration. If you’re looking to learn how to deburr a part using Fusion 360, then this tutorial is for you! By the end, you’ll be able to deburr parts in Fusion 360 like a pro!

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