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Adding a chamfer to steel part, using ballnose cutter...

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jared_seymor
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Adding a chamfer to steel part, using ballnose cutter...

Full disclosure, I'm new to Fusion360 but believe I have successfully fumbled my way through a lot of it.

 

I am trying to add a chamfer to this steel part, using a ballnose end mill but am not sure how to do it.  Can anyone help guide me to making a chamfer and using a ballnose, using multiple passes?

 

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I can do it via 2D chamfer, but only using a chamfer bit in 1 pass.

Also, the model in Fusion360 does not have the chamfer built in and I'm using the model as stock, if that matters.

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DarthBane55
in reply to: jared_seymor

Hi, many ways to do it.  Parallel, Flow, Flow Preview would be the easiest and probable best ones to try.

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jared_seymor
in reply to: DarthBane55

Can I do Flow (never used it before) if the chamfer isn't already built in to the model?

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seth.madore
in reply to: jared_seymor

No, you need to have the chamfer modeled.

 

If the issue with a Chamfer tool and one pass is that it's too much of a cut, you could duplicate the toolpath and play with different values to give you a quasi form of "multiple depths"


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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jared_seymor
in reply to: jared_seymor

Thanks guys, I modeled the chamfer in and was able to get it to work using Parallel.  did exactly what I wanted.  Thanks again.

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