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    2014/04/27

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testing the CAM of HSM http://rishivadher.blogspot.pt/2014/04/maquinacao-de-um-banco.html
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X176

Correct Brett
Model the design in Fusion360 with all the design history, exported to Inventor, made some simple features so the fillets are suppressed and then to Inventor HSM.
Made each part separated in Fusion 360, and then assembled all the parts a new file, that can be seen in the video.
The hard thing was to finding the right parameter’s for the HSM, because I use to do the machining in ArtCam for that machine in particuler
It was a lithe bit hard to bring the model to Inventor, but it was cool.
Best Rishi

almost 5 years ago
X176

Rishi, did you go from Fusion, to Inventor, to Inventor HSM? Were those the basic steps that you took? Let me know how that process went for you, as well, let me know if you have any other questions for us.
Thanks, Brett

almost 5 years ago
X176

Hi Brett
Thanks for the feedback,
I’ve used the HSM as volunteer in the Lisbon FabLab, as I’m an Autodesk Student Expert and have access to beta, so when HSM came out started to learn, as CAM360 which is still to came ;)
The design was a test to make a product development from the 360 case. Which is more close to the maker movements.
The parts are from a junkyard, there were some good leftovers :),
And had do some test with the post processor which was made by the HSM Team.
It was on just for testing, but if is a point of star of how wants to learn HSM our CAM360.
At moment I’m looking for job opportunities, so the investment our the testing have to be made in places like Fablab.
Hope could answer your questions.
Best Rishi

almost 5 years ago
X176

Rishi, this is really a great video using the HSM CAM product on your design. (Excellent choice of music as well on the video) What was your opinion of the outcome? The design looks great, no question there, but did you have any feedback on the process you went through with HSM that you'd like to share with us? Also, was this just a test project, or does your company make furniture like this full time? Please elaborate if you could. Thanks, Keep up the great work.

almost 5 years ago
X176
Rishi Vadher
Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
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