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Convert Toolpath or G-Code to Geometry

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Jay.Perez
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Convert Toolpath or G-Code to Geometry

Does anyone know of a feature or function in Fusion that will allow me to convert or export a toolpath or its g-code to some type of vector geometry ?   I only need the flat 2D info so if it also stripped out the extraneous moves and code that would be fantastic !

 

Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.

 

Jay

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al.whatmough
in reply to: Jay.Perez

We have a Dxf Post you can use for this.

 

You can even choose to only output cutting moves.

 

https://cam.autodesk.com/hsmposts?p=dxf

 

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AL Whatmough
Director Product Management - Manufacturing

Note, I love to engage on the forums. However, I spend a lot of time in meetings trying to help clear the path for our amazing team of Developers working on Manufacturing at Autodesk. So, if I don't respond immediately, it's not that I don't care.
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Jay.Perez
in reply to: al.whatmough

Sweet !!!

Thank you so much for the quick reply and the painless solution !

Jay
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Muchísimas Gracias, funciona perfectamente. 

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ClintNicely
in reply to: al.whatmough

Any chance there is a functionality that does this for 3D Gcode?

 

Thank you!

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al.whatmough
in reply to: ClintNicely

there is a dxf post processor that might work for you.
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AL Whatmough
Director Product Management - Manufacturing

Note, I love to engage on the forums. However, I spend a lot of time in meetings trying to help clear the path for our amazing team of Developers working on Manufacturing at Autodesk. So, if I don't respond immediately, it's not that I don't care.

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