I have used the slicer before. But not on the maslow. It is really cool. My only complaint is that it adds another layer of complexity to your workflow. Exporting to a DXF of the version I needed was difficult.
Hopefully with the maslow the post processing will be easier.
For what it’s worth, I asked the support contact listed on Autocad’s web page and he got back to me in a couple of hours (on a Saturday no less)…
That’s not possible, but it would be great! I wonder if you can trick the system by doing two operations in which one direction is the same on both. Then you can merge the vectors for those slices. Just trying to get creative here.
I’ve used Autocad’s 123DMake software for several years now, they re-named it “Slicer” when they added it to Fusion. It’s an incredibly powerful tool. In my experience it’s been a little buggy (freezing, forgetting slice orientation after saving etc) but in general it’s totally awesome. There’s a chance they improved it when they added it to Fusion but from the little I’ve used it in Fusion it appears to be identical. I highly recommend it!
@bdillahu There’s no way that I know of to generate angled slots from the software however if your slots are all on the same plane (if they are parallel to each other) and you have the ability to angle your router you could just lay out your pieces carefully and do it that way. Kind of a hacky solution but it might work? I haven’t done much CNC router-ing, I come from a laser, plasma, waterjet world where tilting the cutting head is not typically a viable option!
Oh! I misunderstood! I see what you mean. Yeah, I don’t know how to do that other than manually designing it or maybe re-importing previously sliced files…
If you find a solution if be curious how you solve it!
There are a lot of community plugins for Sketchup, so I hesitate to give a definitive answer, but I would be extremely surprised if such a thing existed, let alone was anything as complete and sophisticated as this one.