Fusion 360 – What are stock contours?


What exactly is a stock contour? Let’s take a look at what they are, how we define them, and how we can use them to make our tool paths more efficient and aesthetic.

If you want help setting replicating your machining environments in Fusion 360 (Vises, machine tables, 4 axis, tool probes, etc.) Send me an email to info@mechanicaladvantage.com and let’s have a conversation about getting those created to minimize errors and make you more productive in your programming setups.

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  1. Mike Carr 10 July, 2020 at 05:10 Reply

    at first i was like "how can he talk about stock contours for 20 minutes?" and by the end of the video i was like "holy cow that was a lot of cool tricks!". the 2d contour cleanup with stock contours is amazing! thanks for posting these, i'm binge watching the whole series.

  2. Tarek BR 10 July, 2020 at 05:10 Reply

    Thanks for sharing.
    Can you make a video about planes and how to choose a plane for the CNC machining

  3. Mudaser Awan 10 July, 2020 at 05:10 Reply

    Hi, thanks for the tutorial. I am a beginner in CAM and the material was difficult for me to follow. Is there a series of videos which can take me forward step by step in the CAM. I would like a video which explains each drop-down option in the cam. Thanks

  4. ZimZam78 10 July, 2020 at 05:10 Reply

    Thank you for this video! I learned a ton from this.
    Would you consider making a video showing how changing the stock parameters automatically adjusted the vise? I definitely would love to learn that in more detail.

  5. Ryan 10 July, 2020 at 05:10 Reply

    I maybe picked up on something when you was trying to rewind the simulation. Ar you aware that as its running you can click and hold the left mouse key and drag left or right to control the speed/direction of the simulation. Great video though

  6. Jonathan Weis / Jonathan's Automotive Repair 10 July, 2020 at 05:10 Reply

    Idea on finishing edges, filets, chamfers, 2d / 3d. etc. struggling to get things to work the way I want. John just did a corner radius em but this is an under documented cam op. In fact in fusion they recommend that you DO NOT model chamfers but that does not work with certain ops depending on what you need to do.

  7. DCTSolutionsAU 10 July, 2020 at 05:10 Reply

    Hey Kevin. It's good to see you posting weekly. That's some great information, thanks for sharing mate.

  8. Marc Pilon 10 July, 2020 at 05:10 Reply

    The quality, completeness and efficiency of your explanations are way above what we typically find on youtube ; congratulations and thanks.

  9. ragnar hairybreeks 10 July, 2020 at 05:10 Reply


    Every vid you produce I learn so much from. And this one no exception. Thanks for the tip for the nice regular floor finish, I will be using that.

    And I confess, I’ve had frustration with the horizontal op you mentioned. And the embarrassing thing is I never thought of adjusting heights to control which horizontal surfaces get machined. Doh!

    Thanks again


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