This section will help you create a basic project in RoboDK for robot simulation and offline programming. In this example a Motoman robot is simulated and programmed for a laser cutting application using Fusion 360 and RoboDK.

You can choose between two different methods: One using the feature extraction method and one using the laser cutting features from Fusion 360.

With the RoboDK plug-in for Fusion 360 you can easily load 3D models created in Fusion 360 to RoboDK. This plug-in allows you to program more than 50 different robot manufacturers and 500 robots directly from Autodesk Fusion 360.

The RoboDK plug-in for Fusion 360 is free if you have a RoboDK license.