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Post process Victor-46

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matthew_green8A6WB
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Post process Victor-46

So I'm stuck with the problem of not being able to post a process for a Victor-46 properly as it's creating like a G18 and G54 when before there wasn't, any ideas on how to fix my problem?

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G54 is basic g-code for all machine and G18 is a XZ plane definition . But if  your machine doesn't like these function you will need to block them in the post processor.

 

I offer post processor modifications as a service, you can send me a message and I will help you out. 

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@matthew_green8A6WB what post processor were you using before and has that changed after an update to Fusion?


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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I'm not too sure as I'm quite new to my current company and new to Fusion CAM, all I can tell is it was a FANUC post processor and it was inputting an M41 for one machine which the previous programmer would take out for the other 4 lathes.

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@matthew_green8A6WB 

If the generic Fanuc posts are not providing the required output, I offer post processor development services and happy to work out a solution for your machine! Message me if I can be of further assistance.

If my post answers your question, please use Accept as Solution.

CNC Lee
Fusion 360 CAM Post Processor Expert
https://linktr.ee/cnclee

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