Fusion 360 Training - CAM Courses
CAM ( Computer Aided Manufacture) is an integrated module within the Fusion 360 design software. This allows you to seamlessly take your 3D component direct from the design environment into the CAM environment. Any changes to the design are reflected in the machined component.
Fusion can create CNC programs for machining centres, turning centres, profiles (lasers) and additive (3D Printing) processes. As a result the number of potential courses is large. Whilst we list three courses, the modules can be swapped around to tailor your own course.
Fusion 360 Training - CAM Options
1 Day Basic Overview Course. This covers the basic drafting principles in Fusion 360, CAM setup, basic toolpaths for lathes and machining centres and output to machine code.
2 Day Creating Toolpaths for Lathes. This course covers many of the individual processes required for CNC turning centres in further detail rather than a couple of basic turning principles in the 1 day course. This course does not cover drafting, machine and tool setup. These are covered in the 3 day course.
3 Day Comprehensive Overview. A full overview of all the steps and principles required for creating a 3D model from scratch, creating a CAM setup, tool libraries and machine set ups. Once created we then show various machining centre commands before outputting to machine code and creating setup sheets.
Courses in Colchester, Essex (Map) (under 1 hr from Liverpool St) - Easy access from Suffolk, London or at your premises (additional fees may apply), or via virtual link.
Lifetime of e-mail support included in price
12 months telephone support included in price
Official Autodesk Attendance e-certificate.
Pricing - Please complete the enquiry form for a detailed quotation.
What is Fusion 360?
Screenshots of the Fusion 360 CAM Interface
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Note:- We receive many enquiries from outside of the UK, please note that we cannot reply to these enquiries as we only train within the UK.