autodesk slicerI’d venture to guess that all of you know that design is just small part of producing real products. I’d also guess that most of you don’t have a CNC in your garage…except for Curt of course. More likely, you’ll find a bandsaw, jigsaw, or even a hand saw. These, when teamed with Slicer for Fusion 360, will allow you to make incredible and complex designs. Built upon the 123D Make technology, this tool enables you to produce 3D products by slicing the models in a plethora of ways. Step 1 is to get this tool to work seamlessly with Fusion 360. First, you’ll need to get and install it from the App Store. Once that’s done, you can then add it as a “custom” selection from within the 3D print command. From there, to take your models from Fusion to Slicer, all you’ll need to do is hit the 3D Print button… Read More