CNC Woodworking With Fusion 360: Build A Simple CNC Cut Chair


You’ve always wanted to learn, and now we're finally offering the the class! Learn how to use a
milling machine to carve your Three Dimensional designs into Wood. Make the Robots do
you’re measuring and cutting for you!
In this class we’ll be covering the tools and process used to go from a digital design to a solid
chair you can sit on!
We will be use Autodesk Fusion 360’s CAM Tools, Mach3, and a 3-axis CNC Machine.
We’ll start out in Fusion 360 on our laptops, then move into the workshop where we’ll use one of
the Hammerspace CNC Machines to cut our designs out of Plywood!
At the end of the class, you’ll have made your very own chair to take home!

In this four hour class we will cover:
● The Basics and Terminology of 3D Milling
● The Fusion 360 CAM Workspace
● Milling Strategies
● Selecting a Cutting Tool
● G-Code Post-processing and Export
● Running G-Code in Mach 3

You will need an understanding of Fusion 360 to get the most out of this class. If you are unfamiliar with the program, Please join our Intro to Fusion 360 Class on Saturday July 7th. Part of this class will be in our woodshop. You will need to wear appropriate clothes and closed toe shoes.