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Machine tool collision

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NuovaOlpa
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Machine tool collision

I have a problem with the machining simulation, it does not detect the collision with the structure of the machine tool when the orientation changes.

 

My PC system is a Mac mini pro M2.

 

Best Regards

Dario R.

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TrollTuner2
in reply to: NuovaOlpa

Do you have Machine Collision Detection ON in preview Features?  

 

If its on Maybe its a setup wrong, The vice in the wrong place, the Fixture or the tool Length. 

 

Screenshot 2023-12-11 084655.png

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NuovaOlpa
in reply to: TrollTuner2

Yes, the option is active

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NuovaOlpa
in reply to: TrollTuner2

Yes, the option is active.

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rengfx
in reply to: NuovaOlpa

The detection will not work during linking / orientation moves, as it's not checking against full code or anything

 

I would ensure your retract options (G53 / G28 / Clearance plane) are what you expect

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TrollTuner2
in reply to: NuovaOlpa

I believe it will show linking moves correctly if they are in High Feed.  

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NuovaOlpa
in reply to: NuovaOlpa

When you install the new version "2.0.18220 arm Native " of Fusion360, you have to avoid the collision problem, but it is not possible to prevent the collision of the machine with the machine rotating in the position following an operation and another.
This is a serious problem when trying to use another program.

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