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4th axis work offsets.

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Codyheffern
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4th axis work offsets.

Hey everyone, 

So I’m pretty new to fusion 360 and I have a 4 axis question. So I have my part mounted to the rotary and I wanna program using different work offsets. How can I get it to post out with G54 as A0. G55 as A90. And G56 as A-90. ?? My problem right now is my G54, G55 and G56 is posting as A0. and I have to manually change it. 

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seth.madore
in reply to: Codyheffern

You will need multiple Setups, each one aligned to A0. After that, use Tool Orientation on every toolpath that's not at A0.

Now, that said, it may still post out A0, in which case, a post edit will be needed. What post are you using?


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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seth.madore
in reply to: Codyheffern

Err, I misspoke. My method of setting multiple offsets is slightly different than that (still the same result though).

Create your Setup, assign G54

For any other angles, you can use Folders with WCS Override in it:

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Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing

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