Fusion 360 is Future of CAD , It's a terrific application for Engineering and Manufacturing Model making for Tool Path Generation. I am using it for Product Design and Visualization. I wanted to take basic shapes and give them a 'twist' . Not sticking to the convention of four legged table. With Fusion 360, Rhinoceros and Slicer for Fusion 360 , it becomes very easy to visualize and make actual prototypes in the blink of an eye.
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Step 1: Designing the Form in Autodesk Fusion 360/ Rhinoceros
Step 2: Importing It to Slicer for Autodesk 360
Step 3: Choosing the Slicing Tool/ Modifying / Shrinkwrap
Step 4: Generating Plans for Illustrator
Step 5: Arranging the Vectors in Illustrator
Step 6: Settings for Laser Cutting Software
Step 7: Laser Cutting
Step 8: First Attempt - Cardboard
Step 9: Going Back to Slicer and Adjusting the Stacks
Step 10: Repeating All the Steps Again
Step 11: Subsequent Attempts With Improved Stacking