I’m digging an old thread : Adjusting for Kerf in your Design Parametrically - Fusion 360 from @Jules .
It’s about kerf in parametrical design. About this, I have an answer and a problem.
First, @chadmart1076 wanted to convert 3D to 2D in Fusion 360 as in Onshape.
Maybe, he founded the answer since next year but I share my answer : there is an add in in Fusion 360 called “dfx for laser” which allows to export in dfx (2D) a 3D object’s face.
And here is a tutorial to use it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4s2p2epaeg .
And so my problem, when I use this tool, and open file in a draw software (inkscape for example), all my boxe’s teethes don’t exactly match to all my boxe’s corresponding holes.
However, there is a kerf option that I put from 0 to 0.25 mm without having a perfect match.
And,unfortunately, as I don’t have a glowforge to try anyway, I don’t know if it is a problem or not in the reality?
Is there anyone using Fusion 360 who has had the same problem? Or anyone with a glowforge could try?
Have a nice day.