Please VOTE for more intuitive Fusion 360 design and interaction accessibility for our machines

After wrestling with a few of my own comprehension and conversion issues, I have begun to add a few requests from the Fusion 360 team at Autodesk.

I am certain that many things have “work arounds”. However, as I am under the belief that the “Maker Movement” is an important one, which is changing the shape of our future, I believe that it is important that a few accommodations should be made to prevent exclusion from our methods and tooling (routers instead of spindles, tool holders vs nuts, etc).

These things may seem simple. But, for a beginner, there may be a few CAM considerations which can stifle thousands of potential productions.

Therefore, I am hoping that there may be some voter participation to make things easier for our (and future hobby level machinists) overall accessibility.

Please vote for our community interests. :smile:

Thank You for your consideration.

1.) SVG EXPORT option everywhere there is a DXF
https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/ideastation-request-a-feature-or/svg-export-option-everywhere-there-is-a-dxf/idi-p/6927683

2.) Add “V Bits” - Tool Management
https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/ideastation-request-a-feature-or/add-quot-v-bits-quot-tool-management/idi-p/6940562

3.) Please add “Spindle Type” dialog box or menu in Tool Library
https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/ideastation-request-a-feature-or/please-add-quot-spindle-type-quot-dialog-box-or-menu-in-tool/idi-p/6940626

4.) Make Tutorials for Fusion 360 “Base Users” who may be converted to Paid Users
https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/ideastation-request-a-feature-or/make-tutorials-for-fusion-360-quot-base-users-quot-who-may-be/idi-p/6931098

5.) “Shoulder” on/off check block - Tool Management
https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/ideastation-request-a-feature-or/quot-shoulder-quot-on-off-check-block-tool-management/idi-p/6940570