Fusion 360 already comes with best-in-class CAM capabilities. With the Fusion 360 Machining Extension, however, you can take things to the next level. There are many reasons to consider the Fusion 360 Machining Extension, but Steep and Shallow alone is a reason to upgrade.
Steep & Shallow gives you at least three strategies in one tool. Not only can you machine steep and shallow regions in one go, but you can also choose to just machine your part’s steep or shallow areas. Advanced options like overlap distance, wall clearance, automatic cusp removal, smooth scallop offsets, and efficient toolpath ordering achieve stunning results catered towards your specific part needs.
In this 15 minute webinar, you’ll learn more about how Steep & Shallow will improve your programming time, your machining time, and your surface finish. You’ll also learn the best way to test out Steep & Shallow features to see if upgrading to the Fusion 360 Machining Extension is right for you. If you’re interested in increasing your efficiency and part quality, this webinar is for you.
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1:25 About the Presenter
2:02 Why Do Extensions Exist?
2:48 About the Fusion 360 Machining Extension
4:00 Why Steep and Shallow is a Good Reason to Upgrade to the Machining Extension
12:36 Getting Access to Steep and Shallow as Well as the Entire Machining Extension
14:24 Closing Remarks
This webinar was presented by Kieran Gill from Autodesk
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