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machining an inclined slot

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Anonymous
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machining an inclined slot

I have a Queen Bee Pro ( a 3 axis CNC machine). I have this model in Fusion 360. But I'm not able to generate a toolpath acuratly. I have tried Adaptative clearing both 2d and 3d but it not working.

Could anyone help me out?

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seth.madore
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How are you holding the part, is it flat against the table, or are you presenting the slot normal to the Z axis?


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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Anonymous
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flat against the table

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seth.madore
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That's only going to get you so far, as you won't be able to do anything close to the undercut area. In Fusion, look down on the part from the direction of the Z axis. That's all you'll be able to machine, unless you present the slot itself normal to the Z axis, and not the entire part.

3D Adaptive, however, should be able to rough out what it can. Can you share your file?

 


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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Anonymous
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Here is the file https://a360.co/2VNK2jG

So I have to incline the piece at the desirable angle on the table?

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seth.madore
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Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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Anonymous
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OK. Thank you for the video, I have learn a lot through it

You were very helpful :heart_suit:

 

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