This section shows basic examples combining Autodesk Fusion 360 projects with RoboDK for robot simulation and offline programming purposes.
The following example shows how you can program an industrial robot for a laser cutting application.
The following example shows how you can create a robot simulation and program for a glue dispensing application. In this example, the robot holds the part and the tool is static. This type of setup is also referred to as Remote TCP.
The following example shows how you can program a robot for a deburring application. This example requires using Fusion’s Manufacturing workbench (CAM/machining tools) and will help you use Fusion and RoboDK for robot machining applications.