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Having "use feed per revolution" checked on drills causes imported tool to use the plunge feed rate as the feed per rev

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AtomicGumball
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Having "use feed per revolution" checked on drills causes imported tool to use the plunge feed rate as the feed per rev

This happens when selecting tool from an existing library and after copying the tool into the setup. It will look correct initially, but if you close and reopen the tool library window, then the numbers will have changed. This happens with a newly created tool as well.

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Also happens if the tool is created in the setup library, feeds can be set to correct values and they revert upon closing the tool library window. Even more confusing, after editing the tool and closing the window, they will appear to have changed to incorrect data, but selecting the tool for an operation pulls in the correct values despite the incorrect numbers shown in the cutting data at the bottom of the window. It will also show the correct data when the tool is edited a second time.

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This is still happening after installing two updates. Create tool, check use feed per rev, close tool library. Reopen tool library and the feed per rev value has been replaced with the plunge feed rate value, resulting in a feed rate well beyond what any machine is even capable of. Only happens within the part file, the one place where it really matters.

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@seth.madore, This post needs to be moved to the Fusion 360 Manufacturing Forum.  I do not think it will get much attention here.


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