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Mirrors engraving when using CX Help please

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P1TechKWRCJ
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Mirrors engraving when using CX Help please

I am having problems engraving the part number on the face of the pieces I am making. I am running the parts on a Doosan 2600 Puma SYII.  I originally had  fusion posting to engrave with the default XY moves but when doing so we discovered a alignment issue with the Y axis so it only did 3/4 of the part number. But with the exception of the C location being off for some reason the engraving  itself worked okay. I  then tried to force it to post to cut with XC by doing a manual NC with action selected and useXZCMode in the action box. this fixed the issue i was having before by keeping Y in the same location but it mirrored the engraving. For the engraving I am using a trace tool path. Also when I run the simulation everything looks correct and the C axis locations that it is giving when posting look reasonable. If someone could tell me what I have done incorrect I would greatly appreciate it.

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seth.madore
in reply to: P1TechKWRCJ

Is this on the main or sub spindle?

If it's on the sub spindle, there's a checkbox in the post properties to reverse the AC axis, I find that for my own Lynx, that box needs to be ticked.


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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P1TechKWRCJ
in reply to: P1TechKWRCJ

This is on the sub spindle and I do have that box checked.

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seth.madore
in reply to: P1TechKWRCJ

What do you get if you uncheck it?


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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P1TechKWRCJ
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That was the problem thank you

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