Save As SVG

Save As SVG

Mac OS, English

Icarus Soft Landings
Save sketch objects to an SVG file for use with laser, CNC or any application requiring this standard format

General Usage Instructions

Create a sketch in your design using any Autodesk® Fusion 360™ supported sketch line type. Close the sketch editing by selecting Finish Sketch. Find the sketch in the browser tree and right click on the sketch to display the context menu. Select Save to SVG and you will be prompted for a filename and save directory location. Select Save and the SVG file will be created.

Screenshots

Commands

Installation/Uninstallation

Install:

1.Download the installer from Autodesk App Store.

2.Right-click on the "Downloads" folder and select "Open in Finder".

3.Right-click on the "SaveAsSVG_mac.pkg" -> "Open With" -> "Installer".

 

Uninstall:

You can unload the add-in without uninstalling it by clicking the "Stop" button when the add-in is selected in the list box on the "Add-Ins" tab of the "Scripts and Add-Ins" dialog.

Unchecking "Run on Startup" causes the add-in not to be loaded in future sessions of Fusion 360.

- Navigate to ./ApplicationsPlugins folder and select the app bundle you want to uninstall

- Either drag the app bundle to the Trash or right-click and select “Move to Trash”

- Right-click on the Trash-Can and select “Empty Trash”

- If you prefer keystrokes, you can also just select the app bundle and then hit Command+Delete to move the app to Trash, then empty the Trash and the app will be removed.

Additional Information

Known Issues

Contact

Company Name: Icarus Soft Landings
Support Contact: icarusvanca@gmail.com

Author/Company Information

Icarus Soft Landings

Support Information

Contacting support will be through email, icarusvanca@gmail.com

See the following link for a description on how to collect log files needed for support.

https://icarussoftlandings.com/app/docs/support/

Version History

Version Number Version Description

1.327

- Changed the Lineweight setting to represent a value in default units. Previously it was pixels
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