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2D pocket width exact same as cutter - illogical output

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jonALE7M
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2D pocket width exact same as cutter - illogical output

Hi all, we are trying to CNC a grid pattern with the same channel width as the cutting tool (0.25").  The answer to this issue looks like it could be in the thread below - just not possible because non-zero tolerance must be used?

Mainly wondering if there's any more to understand about it or if adjusting feature size is the right fix.

Stock to leave was unchecked (can that be set to that state by default?)

 

https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/fusion-360-computer-aided/milling-a-channel-the-same-width-as-tool-di...

 

I can attach the fusion file but this image should be sufficient - the tool does about half the paths & a bunch of plunges then calls it a day.

 

jonALE7M_1-1676334909074.png

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Thanks

 

 

 

 

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pradip.mistry
in reply to: jonALE7M

Hi @jonALE7M,

Thanks for posting to the Fusion 360 forum.

I did check your request and the current workaround should be like create a separate toolpaths for X lines , Y lines, & outer box and for center line machining with the 2D toolpath used the compensation type OFF in passes tab. 


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Pradip Mistry

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seth.madore
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@jonALE7M would you be able to share your Fusion file here?

File > Export > Save to local folder, return to thread and attach the .f3d file in your reply


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing

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