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Fusion360 - 3axis with rotary post-processor for (Finetech) machine

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asdk.my2020
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Fusion360 - 3axis with rotary post-processor for (Finetech) machine

Do you have a working post-processor for machine mentioned below.

(Finetech) machine model :

Machine spec : A-360 / 360

Head rotate vector : A axis rotate with X

 

Sample NC program as below :

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O1000

N1(T1 D=8. CR=0. - FLAT END MILL)

T01 M06

M01

G90 G00 G54

G90 G00 A0.

G90 G00 X0. Y0.

G43 G00 Z100. H01 S6000 M03

G00 Z10.

G01 X-1500. A-360. F1500.

G01 X0. A360.

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M05

M09

G91 G28 Z0.

M30

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Hello @asdk.my2020 

 

Usin the genic Fanuc post, and applying the Autodesk Generic 4-axis (A Table) machine confiuration in the setup is your solution.

The machine configuration is defining the kinematic (A axis on the table)

And the post is grabing this kinematic, pushed by Fusion, for generating the gcode.

 

Regards.

 

PS : You just need to check, and eventually deactivate TCP on the rotary axis.
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Serge.Q
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cam.autodesk.com
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Thanks for speedy respond I will give this a go and revert to you if needed further assistance. Cheers

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