Community
Fusion Manufacture
Talk shop with the Fusion (formerly Fusion 360) Manufacture Community. Share tool strategies, tips, get advice and solve problems together with the best minds in the industry.
cancel
Showing results for 
Show  only  | Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Fanuc G68. 2

18 REPLIES 18
Reply
Message 1 of 19
lrlfusion360
577 Views, 18 Replies

Fanuc G68. 2

Hello! I'm having a problem with my Fanuc four axis vertical milling machine! Rotating B axis of the table! Everything was going well until I got to drilling holes and threading it! It returns me code G68. 2 G53. 1 and does not rotate on the B axis. The table is large - 1800mm and the workpiece is in one corner so that I have access to all workable surfaces! I tried to change the processor code, following advice from the forum, but.... Nothing changes! Thanks for the tips in advance!

18 REPLIES 18
Message 2 of 19

Can you give me specific symptoms?
If possible, please share your post processor and I will try to fix it.

Message 3 of 19
lrlfusion360
in reply to: lrlfusion360

Ty in advance! 

 The machine are Awea BL4025FM

 

Message 4 of 19

When I use a drilling strategy on a milling machine, Fanuc returns me a 5 axis machine code and tries to rotate the workpiece not the table

Message 5 of 19

G55 is set to a coordinate system rotated 90 degrees from the machine origin, correct?
If the B-axis is just not rotated, why don't you try adding an unclamp/clamp code for the B-axis and see if it works?
Try adding an M code to the specified position in the attached NC code and see if it works.
If that works, you can modify the post by adding the M code to the position in the post screenshot.

Message 6 of 19

I will try and will! 

Ty again

 

Message 7 of 19

The problem is still here! There have not be G68.2 and G53.1! Instead of them have to be movement on B axis

Message 8 of 19

So your machine does not support TWP?
See screenshot!
Line 350: set useTiltedWorkPlane in workPlaneMethod to false.

Message 9 of 19

###############################################################################
 
Error at line: 1375 (fanuc.cps)
Error in operation: 'Drill3'
Failed while processing onSection() for record 410.
###############################################################################

 

Error: Failed to invoke function 'onSection'.
Error: Failed to invoke 'onSection' in the post configuration.
Error: Failed to execute configuration.
Stop time: Wednesday, February 21, 2024 2:20:15 PM
Post processing failed.
Message 10 of 19
lrlfusion360
in reply to: lrlfusion360

that is the answer

Message 11 of 19

If you don't mind, would you share your work files with us?
Please attach an exported copy.
We would also like to see the machine config, so please export the machine from the machine library and attach it.

Message 12 of 19

When post-processing without machine kinematics, the machine configurations in post must be used.
function definemachine() must be defined for your machine configuration.
For a B-axis machine it would look like the screenshot.

Message 13 of 19

Try with this.

※Clamp/unclamp codes may vary.

Message 14 of 19

I'm sorry for the late response! These are the two files along with the machine! It's probably my fault...I'm new to cam programming

Message 15 of 19

Sorry for the late reply.
My apologies.
I checked the file you provided and it looks like there is a problem with the machine config.
I have screenshot the before and after of the possible problem areas.
Can you correct this part and try again in the previous post?

Message 16 of 19

Same problem

Message 17 of 19
lrlfusion360
in reply to: lrlfusion360

Warning: The provided CAM machine configuration is overwritten by the postprocessor.

###############################################################################
Error: Direction is not supported for machine configuration.
Error at line: 1413 (fanuc (1).cps)
Error in operation: 'Drill3'
Failed while processing onSection() for record 413.
###############################################################################

Error: Failed to invoke function 'onSection'.
Error: Failed to invoke 'onSection' in the post configuration.
Error: Failed to execute configuration.
Message 18 of 19
lrlfusion360
in reply to: lrlfusion360

I solved the problem with your lest Fanuc!!!! I just change the place of the workpiece and the lest Fanuc do his job!!! TY for all!!!

 

Message 19 of 19

I could not solve your problem completely.
However, I would be very happy if the problem was solved and you got the post output as intended.
It was a learning experience for me as well. Thank you.

Can't find what you're looking for? Ask the community or share your knowledge.

Post to forums  

Autodesk Design & Make Report