I have a question for the Fusion 360 gurus. I want to do something, but I don’t think it’s possible. I’m wondering if anyone with more experience might be able to confirm.
I have a sketch that looks like:
I export this as an SVG and with the laser-cutter, I cut the outer square, but I only score the inner square and lines (cut at low power so that the lines are burned on the surface, but not cut). This gives me a 1 inch square with a grid etched on it. I’d like to render it in Fusion 360 to see what it will look like before I cut it.
Is there a way in Fusion 360 to extrude a surface and then add the lines to the surface so that they appear in the render? I’d like it to looks a bit like the following image, but with the final render quality:
The blue lines would show up in black, and no white “points” showing up. I grabbed this image in the Render window, but it’s the preview before the render. If I click on Render, I get:
Thanks for any tips or tricks that anyone can throw my way. If I don’t get an answer here, I’ll post the same question to the Fusion 360 forum.