This was a workshop organized by Design for America of NYU, and facilitated by me.
Heads up, this might be a little on the technical side of things, so I took some liberty of including external links:
In the workshop, I taught students to create G-code file meant for computer aided machining, using Autodesk Fusion 360. We used a DXF file to create a 3D model using fusion. After that, we used the CAM feature in fusion and created a G-code file (.nc) meant to be specifically used in the the OtherPlan software. In this workshop, we focused on 2.5 dimensional CAM, and to be more specific, creating pockets and contours. Finally, we milled key-chains using the OtherMill desktop CNC machine.