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I’m looking to model and 3D print a dirt bike frame on Autodesk Fusion 360 and I figured this would be the best board to get some advise on how to do this. (Pic is the frame I’m attempting to model
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>>658262
first download blender and watch a few tutorials to get up to speed
then start modeling your frame
once you are satisfied test print a smaller version to make sure everything is okay then once you have confirmed it is or have made adjustments to make it correct print the full size
enjoy your new dirt bike frame!
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>>658262
Run and never look back, you'll find nothing here.
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>>658262
You're actually looking for /3/
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>>658262
Do you have a job?
Do you job, earn some money and then pay someone who knows what he is doing a sum of money for doing the model.
You will not be able to learn and do that yourself without spending all your free time, you'll probably go crazy or get depression.
Just buy the goddamn thing and be happy.
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>>658293
Thanks I appreciate it.
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>>658293
Don't use blender

Polygon modelling is not used for CNC, use NURBS instead.
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>>658428
You can use blender if the model's mesh is one peace . If its not you can seperate the parts and join them using boolean modifier



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