@Eclsnowman I will share as soon as I know they are workable. Of course since they are Fusion360 files I can provide IGES, STEP, SMT or Fusion Archive versions. Even though Fusion360 can import SLDPRT and SLDASM, it can’t directly export them. I am just in the process of printing now. Have the motion items on order and should be here this week. Will have to wait until next month for the frame material and other hardware (there sure are a large number of screws).
@Frank_Helmi_Helmschr My point was why import the Step when you can import the actual Solidworks source file. But I guess it really doesn’t matter how you get it into Fusion360 since you will need to rebuild the sketches anyway.
But directly to your point, once in Fusion360 you don’t always need a sketch, you can manipulate the faces directly in either Sculpt or Model (I prefer Model since it acts on the entire face rather than sections) and you can Modify (pull or push) the face to the desired dimension. Could it be easier, maybe, but it is very workable.
Another reason to use Fusion360, is that licensing is free per year to entrepreneurs and academia per three years. The current version works with Windows 10.