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Control the first cuts feedrate

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CNCfacile
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Control the first cuts feedrate

When I work with 3D pocket clearing or 2D pocket the first cuts after the helical entry, the toolpath works with all tool diameter engagement also if I have select the stepover of 50% tool diameter, so i want ask if there is the possibility to add an option to decrease the feedrate only in the cuts where the tool diameter is all engagement.

Thank you!

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seth.madore
in reply to: CNCfacile

You're looking for more of an "adaptive" feedrate control, where the feed will modulate based on engagement? Yeah, that's not currently possible in Fusion, although it's something we've discussed occasionally. We don't have immediate plans for such a feature, but something we can certainly revisit at some point in the future.


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

Yes. The ideal as I have seen in other CAM, that they call it Performance milling, should be helical entry and the first cut with full diameter with low feedrate, after that the toolpath follow the boundary offset with 50% diameter and normal feedrate, and when the toolpath reach the internal angle use the waves like the adaptive clearing.

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seth.madore
in reply to: CNCfacile

I've opened up CAM-48804 to investigate this request. I tool would like the option of defining a slower 100% engagement feedrate, hopefully it's something we can get looking into!


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

Thank you very much! 

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