Voronoi Sketch Generator Script for Autodesk Fusion 360
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Fusion360Voronoi Fusion360Voronoi

This script is used for generating voronoi sketches in Autodesk Fusion 360. Once created, these sketches may then be used for creating or modifying models.

JavaScript Add-In Support in Fusion 360

Note that JavaScript development (editing/debugging) is no longer supported within Fusion 360. But existing JavaScript add-ins, such as Voronoi can still be installed and run.

More information here:


Image of Voronoi Table

Image of Voronoi 128 Cell Sample


Please follow the instructions here:


Note, you can still add scripts implemented in JavaScript.


  1. Run the "Voronoi" script from the Script Manager
  2. The settings dialog will be shown. Adjust to your preferences:

Image of Voronoi Settings

  • Edge Style: Straight or Curved edges
  • Number of Cells (2-256) : Number of cells created in the sketch
  • Pattern width : Width of the area filled with cells
  • Pattern height : Height of the area filled with cells
  • % to scale cells (10-100) : Percentage to scale down each of the cells
  1. Click OK to generate the sketch

Note that a large number (> 128) of cells may take a while to generate (sometimes several minutes).

Once the voronoi sketch is created I will usually project the geometry onto a surface and then modify from there. Note that projecting onto a curved surface will not work at this time. In this case I'll use push/pull on the voronoi geometry to modify existing models. The image above was created using this method and a 128 cell voronoi pattern.


Examples posted on my Fusion 360 project gallery.

Image of Voronoi 256 Cell Sample

Image of Voronoi 256 Cell Sample


  • One cell may not be filled after generation. Adjusting a control point then forces it to fill.
  • It's not possible to adjust the spline's knots and strengths therefore the curves don't conform as close as they should. The "% Scale Cell" value is a workaround for this. Scaling down the cells reduces the possible overlap of the cells.


This code makes use of the Raymond Hill's well done Javascript-Voronoi code: https://github.com/gorhill/Javascript-Voronoi