Fusion 360 to Grbl Grbl is software that converts g-code to motions on a CNC machine. It runs on an Arduino or similar development board. G-code is the instructions that tell the machine what to do. Hi Fusion 360 community! We're looking for feedback from people using Fusion 360 with GRBL software and how these products have been integrated into your workflows. What CNC machines are you driving and what kind of operations are you doing? Are you using a G-code sender? If so, which one?
Post Library for Autodesk Fusion 360
This is the place to find post processors for common CNC machines and controls.
Make sure to read this important safety information before using any posts.
Fusion 360 Grbl 4 Axis
Fusion 360 To Grbl Control
Important safety information
Safety comes first so please be careful! This is machining and if something goes wrong you can lose your fingers, an eye, or break your CNC. Before using a CNC make sure to follow the applicable safety instructions and guidelines. If you are new to machining, check out our online CNC Handbook.
This page gives you access to standard posts for common CNCs and controls. The posts provided here are only compatible with our products Fusion 360, HSMWorks and Inventor CAM, and while we try to make the posts work on most CNCs out of the box, there are many factors that can cause a post to not be compatible with your particular setup. When you use a new post make sure to test it carefully as the post might not match your particular CNC configuration and requirements. It is your sole responsibility to make sure you use components that are compatible with your CNC.Be part of our community by joining us at forums.autodesk.com. Our community is very active and will likely help you out with issues should you get stuck. The forum is also monitored by our support and post teams when things get trickier than usual. If you need very specific customization you should consider talking directly with your local reseller to get exactly what you are looking for.If you do encounter important issues relating to posts, then you should reach out to us at the post processor forum. We want to make sure everybody benefits from our combined experience when possible.Finally, your use of any post available on this page is governed by the Autodesk License and Services Agreement.The Fusion 360 team