With a toolpath now added to your Inventor CAM model, you can use the Simulation tools to review the toolpath and ensure that it generates the path that you are expecting. In these new videos, you will learn how you can simulate an individual toolpath or groups of toolpaths.
As a reminder, this series is based on my AU class and has been broken into four learning objectives (watch intro video), which conveniently align with the four key skills that a new user will need to learn: defining your setup, adding toolpaths, checking your toolpaths with simulations, and generating the CNC code to manufacture your model.
The next two videos (along with the previous links) are now available below and will teach you how to simulate your toolpath in Inventor CAM.
Post process the toolpath data file to generate the CNC code. (COMING January 26)
- Instructional Discussion
- Software Demonstration
This series is approximately 60 minutes’ worth of content, whereas the ASCENT guide on which it is based is approximately 2 days of content. If you are interested in more in-depth instructional content, datasets, and exercises that allow you to try all my demonstration models, I recommend checking out our Autodesk Inventor CAM 2021: Milling Fundamentals learning guide.
Please reach out if you have any questions.
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