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Hi,

I'm using 3DSMax (Autodesk) for all my modeling/design when I do 3D printing I will export as .stl and import it to Cura that works prefect.
But now I want to import my 3D designs into what ever software (Fusion 360, Vcarve or ?) but so far no results.

Any links and or tips are more than welcome,

Rain

My machine = CNC Step (HIGH-Z S-1400/T-105 CNC ROUTER)
 

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Welcome to the forum! I use Fusion 360 for probably 95% of what I do on the CNC but if you're wanting to do 3D work then I would suggest one of the Vectric products like VCarve, VCarve Pro, or Aspire, or Carveco Maker or Maker Plus (or the full blown Carveco).

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Hi,

I'm using 3DSMax (Autodesk) for all my modeling/design when I do 3D printing I will export as .stl and import it to Cura that works prefect.
But now I want to import my 3D designs into what ever software (Fusion 360, Vcarve or ?) but so far no results.

Any links and or tips are more than welcome,

Rain

My machine = CNC Step (HIGH-Z S-1400/T-105 CNC ROUTER)
In Vectric products: File > Import > Import Components/3d Model. From there you can manipulate (size and orientation) your stl model, if you want before it is imported. After importing, depending on which flavor of Vectric product (Aspire), you can further manipulate the model.
Another thing worth noting, when you do your Material Setup, make sure to set your Modeling Resolution to Very High to get a better model.
 
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