Ever since seeing the Twisted 6-sided Vase Basic by MaakMijnIdee I've been interested in learning how to model something similar in Fusion 360. I found this video: https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/fusion-360/learn-explore/caas/screencast/Main/Details/92384ff8-c0ce-4619-a649-da8541baf16f.html
So while I modeled this from scratch I'm crediting it as an inspirational remix. It was actually more complicated than I expected and the process involved creating an extrusion in the form environment and then twisting it, but instead of using that as the final body creating a new 3 dimensional sketch and then including the key points from the initial body, then using 3D lines to create the facets. Finally using the patch environment to turn the sketch to a new solid body. The result is a solid body you print in vase mode.
Instead of my normal MakerGear M2 printer I'm playing around with my new Monoprice Delta Mini to print this model.
This should be printed in "vase mode" - I used 2 solid bottom layers, then 1 outline in a spiral path all the way up the sides and no top layers.