Mitsubishi Evo Shift Lever--Turned and Machined. If you wanna get that sexy knurling look, you're in luck! This project is proof that the SCULPT environment in Fusion 360 is useful AND easy to learn. We collaborated with Scott Moyse, who has an awesome YouTube channel: CADPRO CAD / CAM Australia & New Zealand.
Scott created a detailed Fusion 360 CAD tutorial while we worked on the CAM & machining. Let's talk workholding AND easy tricks in Fusion to create toolpaths that leave this diamond-pattern, faux knurling behind. Our summer intern, Daniel, machined this project on the Tormach 770. Let's do this thing!
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Mitsubishi Evo Shift Lever CAD Tutorial | http://bit.ly/2oNNaru
CADPRO CAD / CAM Australia & New Zealand
Lakeshore Carbide Bullnose Endmill | http://bit.ly/2Qigpzk
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