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General Usage Instructions
Fusion has a unique way of communicating with Slicer for Fusion 360, which consists on a one click workflow accessible from the Make option (under Solid and Patch) in Fusion. You can then select a component, define resolution and send it to Slicer for Fusion 360. The application can also Open and Save from/into Fusion Team, which helps to keep your whole project together and have a more successful collaboration.
Slicer for Fusion 360 allows you to build your model using different construction techniques, and outputs 2D layouts for laser cutting or CNC, which can be exported as DXF, EPS or PDF.
The application can work standalone by simply importing STL or OBJ files and then specifying materials and construction techniques.
Download the pkg file from the App Store and follow instructions. It will require admin password on your Mac.
Unchecking "Run on Startup" causes the add-in not to be loaded in future sessions of Autodesk® Fusion 360™.
- Navigate to/ApplicationsPlugins and select the app you want to uninstall
- Either drag the application icon to the Trash, or right-click and select “Move to Trash”
- Right-click on the Trash can and select “Empty Trash”
These are the current know issues:
- On some Windows 10 machines, Slicer crashes. Try updating your graphic card drivers. Onboard graphics tend to fail.
- After a change of an external component, Slicer won't be able to expose the Sign In window. You can still use the application signed out.
- Slicer fails to show any slices. The material may be too thin or there are too many slices. Slicer was initially thought for plywood, acrilic and cardboard in low to medium complexity models.
- Panelization's numbers are wrong. This is a bug, unfortunately. In models of low or medium complexity, you can use the 3d model on screen to guide the right connections.
|Version Number||Version Description|
|Fixed error that prevented to show up in the new Fusion 360 UI.|