(Yes, I had to search for the plural of "axis": http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/axis)
My main use for Fusion 360 is to create models to print in a 3D printer (Ultimaker in my case).
But the default plane orientation in Fusion are not the same usually used for 3D slicers (XY is the build plate, and Z is up), and every time I had to rotate it to the correct orientation.
But I finally found a way to correct this:
- From the default orientation (where Y is up):
2. Go to the upside "BOTTOM" view, where Z is up and X is right
3. Right click the cube and select Set current view as -> Front
4. Now click on the Top Right corner of your new Front, and Set Current view as Home -> Fit To View
5. Done! Now when you export to STL, the orientation will be correct.
You can create a empty design, with only this configuration in it, and use it as a template, then always create a new design by cloning this template.