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Learner Reviews & Feedback for 3-Axis Machining with Autodesk Fusion 360 by Autodesk

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About the Course

As our machining geometry gets more complicated, Autodesk® Fusion 360™ is up to the task! With a host of standard and adaptive toolpaths we can rapidly remove material from even the most complicated 3d parts. In this course, we explore how to rough and finish geometry that requires tool motion in X, Y, and Z simultaneously, learning how to finish even the finest of details. We’ll wrap up this course by creating a full CNC program for a part, simulating it, and exporting it to G-code. Want to take your learning to the next level? Complete the Autodesk CAD/CAM for Manufacturing Specialization, and you’ll unlock an additional Autodesk Credential as further recognition of your success! The Autodesk Credential comes with a digital badge and certificate, which you can add to your resume and share on social media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. Sharing your Autodesk Credential can signal to hiring managers that you’ve got the right skills for the job and you’re up on the latest industry trends like generative design. Enroll in the Specialization here:

Top reviews

Nov 26, 2020

If you put the time in and apply yourself, learning a lot of great machining tips as well as being able to generate proper NC code and setup sheets for a machine shop can be achieved.

Jan 8, 2021

It was a good 4 weeks , The videos weren't too long where they got boring but still got into all the small details needed. It was a good way to get introduced to 3-axis machining.

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Apr 24, 2020


By Federico

Jun 1, 2020

Good course, clear explanations and valid material. Maybe it would be useful to spend more time on examples on different pieces in order to allow the full understanding of the different instruments (2D and 3D paths).

By vivek s l

Jul 11, 2020

Good course. Can be more informative. Real world knowledge is less

By Davoud F K

Jul 14, 2020

The course was really great for Manufacture Engineers.

By Tarun A

Jun 22, 2020