Generative Design Update: 3 & 5 axis milling

Brady Scoffield

Hey everyone! Autodesk recently released an update to Generative Design and it includes two new features that I think are pretty neat!

When making your selections in the Manufacturing window, you can now select Milling as a manufacturing method.

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Generative Design allows the selection of either 3 or 5 axis milling. Once a study has been completed and a design chosen, you can download the model and place it into Fusion 360

Once in Fusion 360, switch over to the CAM environment and begin programming your part!

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Thanks!

-Brady

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