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Making Your CAM Journey Easier with Fusion 360
Learn the basics of turning, milling, laser cutting, and 3D printing
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Table of Contents
PrefacePart 1 – Implementing Turning Operations in Fusion
360
1 G
etting Started with Turning and Its Tools
Technical requirements
Approaching a lathe and its components
Cylindrical coordinate system
Different types of turning operations
Understanding the main parameters
Turning speed
Cutting speed
Cutting depth
Cutting feed
Cutting power
Exploring main machining strategies
Longitudinal operations
Facing operations
Plunging operations
Profiling operations
Understanding tool geometry
Tool edges
Tool surfaces
Tool angles
Summary
2Handling Part Setup for Turning
Technical requirements
Exploring the main interface of a CAM project
Finding example projects in Fusion 360
Importing our chuck
Understanding how to set up the first part to be machined
Setup tab
Stock tab
The Post Process tab
Summary
3 D
iscovering the Tool Library and Custom Tools
Technical requirements
Discovering the tool library
Creating a new tool
Getting a sample tool
Creating a new tool
Importing a third-party tool library
Importing new tools with a plugin (CoroPlus)
Summary
4 Im
plementing Our First Turning Operation
Technical requirements
Setting up a facing operationUsing CoroPlus to calculate cutting parameters
Entering the cutting parameters into Fusion 360
Discovering tool simulation
Checking the generated G-code
Settings
Operations
Summary
5 D
iscovering More Turning Strategies
Technical requirements
Turning Profile (Roughing)
The Tool tab
The Geometry tab
The Passes tab
Simulation
Turning Profile (Finishing)
The Tool tab
The Geometry tab
The Passes tab
Simulation
Turning Threads
The Tool tab
The Geometry tab
The Radii tab
The Passes tab
Simulation
Drilling
The Tool tabThe Geometry tab
The Cycle tab
Turning Groove
The Tool tab
The Geometry tab
The Passes tab
Simulation
Turning Part
The Tool tab
The Geometry tab
The Radii tab
The Passes tab
Simulation
SummaryPart 2 – Milling with Fusion 360
6 G
etting Started with Milling and Its Tools
Technical requirements
Understanding what milling is and how it works
Cartesian machines
Multi-axis machines
Understanding the main cutting parameters
Spindle speed and cutting speed
Cutting depths
Feed step
Cutting power and torque
Introducing the most common milling operations
Face milling
Shoulder milling
Slot milling
Profile milling
Other
Summary
7 O
ptimizing the Shape of Milled Parts to Avoid Design
Flaws
Technical requirements
Handling undercuts and accessibility
Changing part orientation relative to the toolUsing a multi-axis machine
Creating custom tools
Backside milling
Learning how to manage mill radius
Reducing the mill radius
Tweaking our part geometry
Changing the cutting direction
Solving a very bad design
Undercut face
Missing tool radii
Counterbore holes
All around radii
Summary
8Part Handling and Part Setup for Milling
Technical requirements
Understanding the part
Choosing part placements
Choosing a part fixture
Choosing WCS offsets
Defining the first setup
Setup tab
Stock tab
Post Process tab
Defining the second setup
Setup tab
Stock tab
Post Process
Summary
9 Im
plementing Our First Milling Operations
Technical requirements
Face milling
Using CoroPlus to find the best tool for face milling and
shoulder milling
Implementing face milling with Fusion 360
Shoulder milling
Calculating the cutting parameters by hand
Shoulder milling inside Fusion 360
Drilling
The Tool tabThe Geometry tab
The Heights tab
The Cycle tab
Tapping
Summary
10
Machining the Second Placement
Technical requirements
Face milling
Implementing a roughing operation using adaptive clearing
The Tool tab
The Geometry tab
The Heights tab
The Passes tab
The Linking tab
Milling a hole
The Tool tab
The Geometry tab
The Heights panel
The Passes tab
Finishing the part using a morphed spiral
The Tool tab
The Geometry tab
The Heights panel
The Passes tab
Thread milling
Thread geometry
Picking the proper threading toolImplementing thread milling in Fusion 360
SummaryPart 3 – Laser Cutting Using Fusion 360
11
Getting Started with Laser Cutting
Technical requirements
Introducing lasers
How does a laser cut?
Reviewing the pros and cons of laser cutting
Advantages of laser cutting
Drawbacks of laser cutting
Summary
12
Nesting Parts for Laser Cutting
Technical requirements
Presenting the example model
Understanding nesting optimization
Sheet format
Batch volume
Creating a nesting with Fusion 360
Manual placement
The Arrange command
The Nesting and Fabrication extension
Summary
13Creating Our First Laser Cutting Operation
Technical requirements
Using Fusion 360 for laser cutting
Creating a new setup for laser cutting
The Setup tab
The Stock tab
The Post Process tab
Creating a new cutting tool
The Cutter tab
The Cutting data tab
Implementing our first cutting operation
The Tool tab
The Geometry tab
The Heights tab
Simulation results
SummaryPart 4 – Using Fusion 360 for Additive Manufacturing
14
Getting Started with Additive Manufacturing
Technical requirements
Introducing additive manufacturing
Exploring the pros and cons of 3D printing over conventional
manufacturing processes
The pros of 3D printing
The cons of 3D printing
Comparing different 3D-printing technologies
Fused deposition modeling
Introducing stereolithography
Introducing selective laser sintering
Summary
15
Managing the Limitations of FDM Printers
Technical requirements
Printing overhang geometries
Facing overhangs (undercuts) in 3D printing
Improving our prints using support structures
Understanding bed adhesion
Understanding anisotropies of the printed part
Choosing the first layer placement and part orientation
Summary16
Printing Our First Part
Technical requirements
Presenting the model
Creating a new printing setup
Orienting the model onto the build platform
Place parts on platform
Minimize Build Height
Automatic Orientation
Generating the support structures
Simulating the toolpath
Using the post-processor
Summary
17
Understanding Advanced Printing Settings
Technical requirements
Creating a new printing preset
Understanding general parameters
Understanding extruder parameters
Extrusion options
Extruder 1 options
Understanding shell parameters
Understanding infill parameters
Understanding print bed adhesion
Thermal expansion and shrinkage
Print bed adhesion
Understanding support material parametersUnderstanding speed parameters
Speed
Acceleration
Jerk
Understanding tessellation parameters
SummaryPart 5 – Testing Our Knowledge
18
Quiz
Technical requirements
Questions
Turning (from Chapters 1 to 5)
Milling (from Chapters 6 to 10)
Laser cutting (from Chapters 11 to 13)
Additive manufacturing (from Chapters 14 to 17)
Answers
Turning
Milling
Laser cutting
Additive manufacturing
Summary
Index
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Index
As this ebook edition doesn't have fixed pagination, the page numbers below are hyperlinked for
reference only, based on the printed edition of this book.
Symbols
2D Adaptive Clearing command 233
Geometry tab 234-236
Passes tab 236, 237
Tool tab 233
3D-printed component, limitations 355
anisotropies 361
bed adhesion 360
overhang geometries, printing 356
3D printing
cons 346
facing overhangs 357, 358
pros 343
3D printing, cons
limited part dimensions 348
limited range of materials 348
scalability 346-348
3D printing, pros
complex shapes 343
composites 345
just in time supplying 345
rapid prototyping 344
Aacceleration 293, 407
Accessibility Analysis command 178, 179
actors, turning
chip 4
chuck 4
cutting tool 4
machined stock 4
Adaptive Clearing
Geometry tab 256
Heights tab 256-258
Linking tab 260-262
Passes tab 258-260
Tool tab 255
additive manufacturing 342
anisotropies 309
of printed part 361
Arrange command 302-304
using 306, 307
Automatic Orientation 374
Parameters tab 375
Ranking tab 375-379
auxiliary cutting edge 19
auxiliary flank 21
B ba
ckside milling 184
batch volume 300, 301
bed adhesion 360
bending 27, 28Bore
Geometry tab 264
Heights pane 264, 265
Passes tab 265-268
Tool tab 263
C ca
lamine 295
CAM project
interface 32, 33
Cartesian coordinates 5
Cartesian machines 160, 161
chuck
importing 35-38
Chuck subpanel
Chuck reference 53
Offset value 53, 54
climb milling 166
CO2 lasers 291
components 304, 305
composite 345
computer numerical control (CNC) machine 32
conventional milling 166
CoroPlus 77
new tools, importing with 78-83
used, for calculating cutting parameters 87-91
used, for finding tool for face milling and shoulder milling 216-222
counterboring 143
Cutter tab 328kerf width 329
nozzle diameter 328
Cutting data tab 329
Assist gas 330
Cut height 330
Cut Power 330
Cutting feedrate 330
Pierce height 330
Pierce power 330
Pierce time 330
Pressure 330
cutting depth 11, 163
axial depth of cut 163, 164
radial depth of cut 163, 164
cutting edge 19
cutting feed 11-13
cutting operation
implementing 330
cutting parameters 162
calculating, with CoroPlus 87-91
cutting depth 163
cutting power 168, 169
cutting speed 162, 163
cutting torque 168, 169
entering, into Fusion 360 91, 92
feed step 164
spindle speed 162, 163
cutting power 13, 14, 168, 169cutting speed 10, 11, 162, 163
cutting tool
creating 326, 327
Cutter tab 328
Cutting data tab 329
Geometry tab 332, 333
Height tab 335
simulation result 336, 337
Tool tab 331, 332
cutting torque 168, 169
cylindrical coordinates 5, 6
D de
featuring 51
discretization 99
down milling 166
draft analysis 179
Drilling 140, 238
Cycle tab 142, 242-244
Geometry tab 141, 142, 240
Heights tab 240-242
Tool tab 140, 141, 239
E el
ectromagnetic (EM) wave 290
electromagnetic spectrum 290
entering angle 26-28
example part 298, 299
model, presenting 365, 366exothermic reaction 295
external machining 7
Extruder 1 options 394, 395
extruder parameters
reviewing 392, 393
extrusion options 393, 394
F Fa
ce command
Geometry tab 226
Passes tab 226-229
Tool tab 224, 225
face milling 170, 171, 216, 250, 251
CoroPlus, used for finding best tool 216-223
implementing, with Fusion 360 224
facing operation
CoroPlus, for calculating cutting parameters 87-91
cutting parameters, entering into Fusion 360 91-94
setting up 86, 87
facing operations 16
facing overhangs
in 3D printing 357, 358
feed per revolution 166-168
feed per tooth 165, 166
feed step 164
feed per revolution 166-168
feed per tooth 165, 166
table feed 168
fiber lasers 291first layer placement
selecting 362-364
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 349
advantages 349
disadvantages 350
Fusion 360
example projects, finding 33-35
using, for laser cutting 321, 322
G Gcode 59, 60
checking 111, 112
reference link 116
general parameters
reviewing 390-392
generative design 343
Geometry tab 332, 333
options 333
H H
igh-Speed Steel (HSS) 221
hole
milling 262
I i
nfill parameters 398-400
infrared (IR) 291
internal machining 7
Jjaws 36
jerk 408
just in time supplying 345
K ke
rf width 329
kilowatts (kW) 13
L La
ntek
URL 292
laser cutting 293
advantages 293, 294
drawbacks 294-296
Fusion 360, using 321, 322
Post Process tab 325
setup, creating 322
Setup tab 323, 324
Stock tab 324
laser-cutting machine
working 291-293
lasers 289-291
lathe 4
longitudinal machining 15
loop options
all loops 333
inner loops 333
outer loops 333
Mmachining issues, solving 191
counterbore holes 195, 196
fillets 197
missing tool radii 194
undercut face 191
machining strategies 15
facing operations 16
longitudinal operations 15
plunging operations 16, 17
profiling operations 17, 18
main flank 21
manufacturing model 317
meters over seconds squared (m/s2) 293
meters per minute (m/min) 10, 134, 162
microwaves 290
millimeters (mm) 10
millimeters per revolution (mm/rev) 11, 166
milling 160
cartesian machines 160, 161
multi-axis machines 161, 162
working 160
milling operations 170
face milling 170, 171
other types 175, 176
profile milling 175
shoulder milling 172
simulation, running 246, 247
slot milling 173, 174mill radius
cutting direction, changing 189, 190
managing 185
part geometry, tweaking 188, 189
reducing 186, 187
Minimize Build Height command 372-374
model
orienting, onto build platform 370
Model subpanel
Model 50
Spun Profile 51, 52
Morphed Spiral
Geometry tab 271, 272
Heights panel 272
Passes tab 273-275
Tool tab 270, 271
using 269, 270
multi-axis machine
used, for undercut analysis 181
multi-axis machines 161, 162
multiple setup
versus single setup 204
multi-start threads
reference link 137
N ne
sting 294, 299
Arrange command 302-304
batch volume 300, 301Global Parameters panel 315, 316
manual placement 302
Nesting and Fabrication extension 307
Output panel 316-319
Packaging tab 314, 315
Shape tab 313
sheet format 299, 300
Study tab 312
with Fusion 360 302
Nesting and Fabrication extension 307
material and sheet format 307-310
part list 310-312
Newton meter (Nm) 169
nose angle 24, 25
nose edge 19, 20
nozzle diameter 328
O ov
erhangs 375
P pa
rt 200
part catcher 152
part fixture
selecting 202-204
part nesting
creating 312
part orientation
selecting 362-364part placements
selecting 201, 202
piercing 330
Place parts on platform command 371, 372
plugin 77
plunging operations 16, 17
polymerization 351
Post Process command 112
operations 114-116
settings 112-114
postprocessing 59
post-processor 59
using 384, 385
Post Process tab 59, 209, 210, 212, 213, 325
Machine WCS 61
Program Comment 61
Program Name/Number 61
print bed adhesion 400-404
printing preset
creating 388-390
printing setup
creating 366-370
prints
improving, with support structures 358, 359
profile milling 175
profiling operations 17, 18
Q qu
enching 295R ra
dio waves 290
rake angle 22
rake surface 21
rapid prototyping 344
relief angle 23
revolutions per minute (RPM) 10, 162
rotation per minute (rpm) 134
roughing operation
implementing, with adaptive clearing 251-254
Round-tool KAPR 28, 29
S Sa
fe Z
Offset 49, 50
Safe Z Reference 47, 48
sample tool
obtaining 66, 67
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) 352, 353
advantages 353
disadvantages 353
setup 39
Setup subpanel
Operation type 41
Spindle 42
Setup tab 40, 41, 207-211, 323, 324
Chuck subpanel 52
Machine 41
Model subpanel 50Safe Z 47
Setup subpanel 41
Work Coordinate System (WCS) 43-47
sheet format 299, 300
sheet stacking 313
shell parameters 395-398
shoulder milling 172, 229
centerline placement 172, 173
CoroPlus, used for finding best tool 216-223
cutting parameters, evaluating 229-232
in Fusion 360 233
milling diameter, selecting 172
Simulate interface
current operation 104
progress bar 104
SIMULATE panel 104
simulation controls 105
speed cursor 105
stock 104
tool 104
single setup
versus multiple setup 204
slot milling 173, 174
tasks 174
speed parameters 405, 406
acceleration 407, 408
jerk 408
speed 407spindle 42
spindle orientation 189
spindle speed 162, 163
stereolithography (SLA) 350-352
advantages 351
disadvantages 351, 352
Stock tab 54, 55, 208, 209, 211, 324
Fixed size box 56
Fixed size cylinder 58
Fixed size tube 58
From preceding setup 59
From solid 58
Relative size box 56, 57
Relative size cylinder 58
Relative size tube 58
support material parameters 404, 405
support structures
generating 379-381
used, for improving prints 358, 359
T ta
ble feed 168
tabs 334
options 334, 335
tapping 143, 244
drilling’s Cycle tab, used 246
drilling’s Heights tab, used 245
drilling’s Tool tab, used 245
tessellation 408parameters 408-410
thermal expansion 401
thermal shrinkage 401
third-party tool library
importing 74-77
thread geometry 276-279
threading tool
selecting 279
thread milling 275
Geometry tab 282
Heights tab 283
implementing, in Fusion 360 280
Passes tab 284, 285
Tool tab 280, 281
tool
cloning 67, 68
creating 65
tool angles 21
entering angle 26-28
nose angle 24, 25
rake angle 22
relief angle 23
tool edges 18, 19
auxiliary cutting edge 19
cutting edge 19
nose edge 19, 20
tool flanks
auxiliary flank 21main flank 21
tool geometry 18
usages 25, 26
tool library 64, 65
Cutting data tab 71, 72
General tab 68, 69
Holder tab 70
Insert tab 69
Post Processor tab 73
Setup tab 71
toolpath
simulating 382-384
tool simulation 102
discovering 102-111
simulated result 105
tool surfaces 20, 21
rake surface 21
tool flanks 21
Tool tab 331, 332
turning 4
Turning Face 93
Geometry tab 94, 95
Passes tab 99-101
Radii tab 95-98
Tool tab 93, 94
Turning Groove 144, 145
Geometry tab 147, 148
Passes tab 148, 149Simulation 150
Tool tab 145-147
turning operations 6
external machining 7
internal machining 7
turning operations, parameters 8
cutting depth 11
cutting feed 11-13
cutting power 13, 14
cutting speed 10, 11
turning speed 9
Turning Part 150, 151
Geometry tab 152-154
Passes tab 154, 155
Radii tab 154
Simulation 156
Tool tab 151, 152
Turning Profile (Finishing) 126, 127
Geometry tab 128
Passes tab 128, 129
Simulation 130
Tool tab 127, 128
Turning Profile (Roughing) 118-120
Geometry tab 123
Passes tab 124, 125
Simulation 125, 126
Tool tab 120-122
turning speed 9Turning Threads 130-132
Geometry tab 134, 135
Passes tab 136-138
Radii tab 136
Simulation 138, 139
Tool tab 133, 134
U un
dercut analysis
backside milling 184
custom tools, creating 182-184
multi-axis machine, using 181
part orientation, changing 180, 181
undercut face, solving
with custom tool 193, 194
with deep milling 193
with inclined tool 191, 192
undercuts 356
handling 178, 179
up milling 166
W Wo
rk Coordinate System (WCS) 33, 43-47, 205
offsets, selecting 204-206


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