Manufacturing Process with Autodesk Fusion 360
- Waterjet Program
- Most retail production quad and multirotor chassis are made of flat plates of carbon fiber or injection molded plastic. Flat plates of composite materials are often cut on a machine that uses high pressure water and abrasives. This allows you to cut almost any material without introducing heat, which could affect its structure and properties. In this week's lessons, we'll explore how to setup and validate a 2D waterjet cut on a quadcopter chassis.
- Propeller Program
- Autodesk® Fusion 360™ is capable of much more complex CNC programs beyond a 2D cut. We explore some of the advanced functionality by creating toolpaths on a propeller to explore multi-axis machining.
- Quadcopter Assembly
- You finally have a complete design and all the parts in hand, now what? This stage of the process can be a rather large task the first time through. From complex wiring, cable management, and overall assembly, we will step through the process. Even if you aren’t designing and building your own quadcopter, this is great information to have for when you do.
- Setup and Test Flights