I've spent considerable time in Fusion 360 working with the scanned model of my own head.  I'm happy that the model is the correct scale.  When I export to STL and then open in QidiPrint it doesn't use the same scaling in fact the scale is nothing like the scale in Fusion 360.  Why is this?   Is there anyway to use the same scaling of the object in Fusion 360 thats exported to the STL ?
I have an obj file that was converted from a solidworks file.  I'd like to use this obj file to hollow out a cube.  This cube will be printed out as a prototype to "vaccuum" pick and place the part in the obj file.  I'm novice at Fusion 360 so I'd like some guidance in doing this.  Thanks in advance! https://i.stack.imgur.com/jkJ5R.png
Greetings makers. After a couple fun weeks of bed leveling and temp adjusting, I have moved on to the joy that is Fusion 360. After about 26 different prints, my prototype is finally ready for metal. Are there any reputable and not stupid expensive CNC shops around Seattle that anyone has used for prototypes? Just aluminum is fine, but if there is any titanium specialists, that would be cool too.
Tackoma channel for organizing, tool holding
Hey all, over the past few months I've been 3D printing prototypes for a multipurpose tool for my office/3D printing space. And I think I've got something great.   My friend and I created an extruded channel profile (called Tackoma) that mounts to a wall and accepts light duty accessories such as tool holders, hooks, shelves etc. We've also designed it so that it can hold paper or thin objects.  
I'm designing parts that are going to be printed with ABS. I'm using Fusion 360 and it's static stress simulation on my ABS parts. It seems that the physical properties of predefined ABS in fusion 360 is not correct(I guess). Could someone confirm if these properties are correct and/or point me to some resource so I can find out the correct properties of ABS filaments?