messed around with fusion 360 for a bit tonight… was able to generate toolpaths and .nc without reading instructions and whatnot
…appears to be a lot of controls for an experienced cnc user.
seems ok plus it looks like there may be some other tools in fusion that i might like.
i don’t know… ultimately, i’d like to keep it all inside rhino for mac… i just think it would be easier for me to keep track of everything that way… (for example, last year i did a job in which 86 sheets of 4x10 were processed (outsourced)… more typical would be 10-25 sheets per week)… for me, the least amount of file types and versions and locations – the better… i’d rather not have to track a job between different operating systems or applications.
since it’s not looking like i’ll be able to keep it all in rhino (#1), i’m faced with
2) use rhino files inside another application
3) switch OS when needing CAM features but stay using rhino
4) switch OS altogether
that’s the order in which i’d rank my wishes… and maybe option 2 is actually viable…
does anybody have experience/knowledge with the cam features in fusion 360? good/bad?