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Creating MMU models: Export model from Fusion 360

Creating MMU models: Export model from Fusion 360

Creating MMU models: Export model from Fusion 360
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Creating MMU models: Export model from Fusion 360
 Difficulty
Moderate
 Steps
4
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Step 2 Open “Save As Mesh” menu

Open “Save As Mesh” menu
Open “Save As Mesh” menu
To be able to import the model into PrusaSlicer, you need to export it in a form of .stl or .3mf file.
Right click the document name on top of the left menu and choose "Save As Mesh".
Older versions of Fusion 360 used to have Save As STL option in the menu.

Step 3 Save each body in a different .stl file

Save each body in a different .stl file
Save each body in a different .stl file
Save each body in a different .stl file
In the "SAVE AS MESH" dialogue, look for the Format row. Select STL (Binary).

In the Structure row, select "One File Per Body".

This way, the design can be imported as Multi-Part object into PrusaSlicer.

You can also save it as a single 3MF file and open it directly in PrusaSlicer. This way, the bodies will show up as separate entities. But for demonstrational purposes in this guide, we are exporting the model as individual files.

There is yet another option. If you exported as STL with One File option, you can right-click the design in PrusaSlicer and hit Split>To parts to be able to assign different colors to each part(body).
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