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Fusion 360 Cam Setup for CNC Plasma Cutter


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Everything you need to know about turning your 3d models into real life things using a plasma cutter.

Plans to make your own plasma cutter – https://jdsgarage.bigcartel.com/

Fusion 360 – https://www.autodesk.com/products/fusion-360/free-trial

Post Processor – https://openbuilds.com/threads/fusion-360-grbl-post-processor-install-the-easy-way.14402/

How to install post processor – https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/fusion-360/learn-explore/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/How-to-add-a-Post-Processor-to-your-Personal-Posts-in-Fusion-360.html

Gcode sender – https://software.openbuilds.com/

GCode Reference Guide – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-code

For all inquires email us jsaction4[at]gmail.com

0:00 Intro
0:10 Drawing a part
5:17 Creating a Setup
7:48 Making a Tool
9:52 Tool Path
16:13 Post Processor
18:05 GCode Review
21:02 Setting Up the Machine

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  1. I'm really enjoying your plasma build series. I started building a cnc plasma table back in 2017 and it still sits incomplete in my garage shop. I had all the motion working but got hung up on the electronics stuff and the plasma interface. Now I've decided to build your simple design to get things kick started. Plans have been ordered. Thanks for taking the time to produce these videos. Please keep them coming.

  2. Can't wait to complete my build and give this thing a test run. FYI any one else trying to decide if they should get the 3D parts when ordering I strongly suggest doing so. My calibrations on printer were all over the place and I had to reprint the parts about three times before I got them right. Side note printer is calibrated now 🙂 Love the detailed videos thank.

  3. Hi Guys, G0 or G00 is a rapid move. G1 or G01 is a linear move at Feedrate. G02 or G2 is a clockwise arc at Feedrate. G3 0r G03 is a counter clockwise arc at Feedrate. In the early days of Gcode the controllers couldnt do a circle so you would need 4 arcs to make a circle. Thanks for the video !

  4. I've never seen that gcode sender before. Do you possibly have a link for it? Also on your plasma cutter what size tube are you using, I couldn't find a reference to it? Thanks for the video!

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