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Amplify Your Inventor CAM Capabilities

Clayton Pepmiller

For decades, machined parts have been made using conventional 3-axis milling machines, and using these machines' traditional X, Y, and Z movement is still the most popular way to produce parts in the machining industry. Later, fourth and fifth-axis capabilities were added. While adding two new axis capabilities to a conventional 3-axis machine technically creates a machine with five axes, not all five-axis machines have the same capabilities.

This webcast covers everything you need to know about the differences between 3+2 and 5-Axis machining using Autodesk® Inventor® CAM and the Fusion 360® Machining Extension.

Topics covered:

  • 3-Axis Machining
  • 3+1 Positional Machining
  • 3+2 Positional Machining
  • True 5-Axis Machining
  • Swarf Machining
  • Flow Machining
  • Multi-Axis Contour Machining