Thanks for the response, The post you listed is the one I found myself, how would I go about getting that to work with Fusion, do I just put it in a folder? Which one?
The first video you listed is the one I watched, I followed the steps and while it does allow me to flatten everything, it seemed to effect my assembled model to the point where I had to undo everything to get it all back to normal. it basically moved the components everywhere randomly and would have taken hours to put it all back. Is this just a fusion thing? Why is this process so weird, I would think flattening out components would be standard considering most CNCs and Milling machines work on a flat surface, with the exceptions being 3D mills.
Please excuse my noob questions but though I understand that Adaptive clearing, 2D Contouring and 2D pocket are milling operations, why did you have trouble with them? Is it related to having a manual Z-Axis? I have Maslows Z-Axis so would that make my results better?
I am attempting to CNC and Arcade Cabinet that I designed so having accurate cuts within reason is important, should I abandon Fusion and use something else? It attracted me because modeling and designing in it seemed more intuitive, fusion didn’t seem to suffer from the too many features syndrome that many of CAD software seem to have. I understand that people much smarter then me use these programs but Fusion seems to do a good job of laying out the tools and operations that are more commonly used but allows advanced settings and tools to be accessed if you know what you are doing.
When you mentioned the Stock to leave setting are you talking about Fusion assuming you’ll be changing bits to do a final finishing pass, therefore it leaves behind a final layer rather then cutting through the entire thickness?
Thanks for your help so far.