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abraCADabra

I am trying to unfold this file. I am new to Fusion, and this is for a dampener hinge section for a duct. I am at a loss as far as trying to figure out how to unfold this so it can be cut out on a plasma cutter. Do we have a 360 Fusion Pro that can unfold this, then explain the steps on how to do it so I can learn this for myself? I am on day 1 of Fusion, and this needs to be done within the nexe couple of days, and I dont know enough about the software to get it done. Any assistance would be GREATLY appreciated

DAMPENER HINGE SECTION v1.f3d

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ReMark

Video tutorials for unfolding a 3D object using 3D Fusion can be found on the Internet.  Have you bothered to watch any of them?  I would recommend deleting the thread that references AutoCAD 2018.  There is no native command in AutoCAD that will unfold an object.  However, that said, I believe there is a custom lisp program that might be available.  Check this website. 

www.ant-ares.de 

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abraCADabra

Ive tried the tutorials but when I try to flatten or unfold options, it doesnt let me do anything. I dont know what Im missing in order to unfold it.

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ReMark

I have no experience using 3D Fusion.  When you attempt to unfold your object what happens?  Absolutely nothing or is there some kind of error message?  Was the object originally created in AutoCAD then somehow imported into 3D Fusion?  

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