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How to export a sliced 3D model from Slicer for Fusion 360?

A - answer If you need to process the sliced 3D model created in Slicer for Fusion 360 as a set of interlocked flat parts (e.g. for rendering), you can export it to the formats STL or OBJ.

Create a standard model layout and then click the top left arrow to start the function Export Mesh > OBJ or STL. The resulting sliced model (in case of OBJ including materials - plywood, cardboard) can be then imported to the requested CAD application or web service for post-processing.

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31.7.2017    931×  
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