Some more questions if I may:
1. I found a bunch of post processors for fusion 360 for various robot manufacturers (kuka, yaskawa etc.). I played around a little and was able to get a bunch of code by posting using one of these post processors (a simple circular cutting pass). Is this the code for the robot? Could I give this code directly to the robot, thereby bypassing the need for a program such as robodk or sprutcam? I don't actually mean to do this, I'm just trying to understand.
2. Could I get a general explanation about integrting all the different controllers? What I mean is, the robot itself has a controller, the e.o.a.t will have a controller, the rotating table and automatic tool changer need to be controlled somehow as well. I don't expect to get a full guide here, just like a general explanation about the order of operations so to speak. Am I correct in assuming all controllers will be linked somehow to the robots controller and will be given instructions from there? The code generated by whatever post processor I end up using, I need to make sure it includes instruction for the e.o.a.t and paraphernalia right?