Fusion 360 Jobs in London

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Hardware Engineering Intern

London Area, United Kingdom
Anzen Climate Wall
mechanics, and design for manufacturing. Proficiency in fabrication workshop skills is preferred not necessary. Experience with 3D modelling software such as solidworks and fusion 360. Strong research analytical skills - developing new concepts and approaches to problem solving Excellent communication and teamwork abilities. Attention to detail and data analysis. more »
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CNC Machinist/Programmer

London, United Kingdom
Stafforce
work is low Ensure adherence to quality and safety practices, maintaining tidy work areas Integrate and collaborate effectively within the team Requirements: Software: Autodesk Fusion360 (or similar parametric modeling software, with capacity to self-learn) Vectric Vcarve Google Sheets or equivalent Syntec/Fanuc G-Code Syntec controls (or ability … with multiple materials from MDF to solid wood. Experience: CNC Machining: 2 years (required) Technical drawing interpretation and precision measurement: 1 year (preferred) Autodesk Fusion360: 1 year (preferred) Vectric Vcarve: 1 year (preferred) Google Sheets: 1 year (preferred) Syntec/Fanuc G-Code: 1 year (preferred) Basic fault finding and more »
Employment Type: Permanent
Salary: £35,000
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CNC Turner

London, England, United Kingdom
GPW Recruitment
Creating and modifying CNC programs to produce precision parts. - Develop and modify CNC programs on the machine and using CAD/CAM software (e.g., Fusion360) - Set up and operate CNC machines to machine parts according to specifications - Perform quality checks on finished products to ensure accuracy and adherence to design … to use dimensional measuring equipment and understand imperial and metric systems - Knowledge of Fanuc and Siemens controllers - Experience CAD/CAM software, such as Fusion360 - preferred, not essential - Some basic workplace CNC Milling experience- preferred, not essential - Okuma, Mori Seiki, Tornado, HAAS machinery experience- preferred, not essential The Company: The more »
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