If you’re just doing simple profiles and pockets, I’d export the surfaces as DXFs and import them into vcarve for CAMing.
CAM in fusion gets easier once you’ve done a few parts in vcarve I think. Fusion is kinda like unlocking expert mode, you can tweak every little parameter. But it can be tricky before you know which parameters are “expert” level.
That said, I’m happy to take a look at your fusion cam if you want to go that route.
As for the easiest way to get profiles out of fusion and into vcarve I use the trick in the video below (towards the end). I use the same trick to get my fusion stuff out to the laser as well (except I usually go through illustrator in between so that I can panelize multiple pieces.