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Post-processing Fanuc A-T14 Ifb

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tormode
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Post-processing Fanuc A-T14 Ifb

Hello

 

I am looking for a post-processor to go with a Fanuc A-T14 Ifb.

The unit is stewing in our university lab where no one has the skill to create these files/dataset.

I am very new to F360 with no prior cnc programming skills. I also know that the uni payed a third-party to produce the post-processor for the last cad the used, so I am not assuming the information I need is free.

 

Anyone know where to start looking for this type of data?

 

Br, Tmod

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Message 2 of 7
programming2C78B
in reply to: tormode

Cant you start with the Generic Fanuc post and see how it works out?

https://cam.autodesk.com/hsmposts

Please click "Accept Solution" if what I wrote solved your issue!
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tormode
in reply to: programming2C78B

Thank you very much for the redirect. I will give you an update when I have had it tested!

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CNC_Lee
in reply to: tormode

@tormode 

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

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

CNC Lee
Fusion 360 CAM Post Processor Expert
https://linktr.ee/cnclee
Message 5 of 7
serge.quiblier
in reply to: tormode

Hello @tormode 

 

As this is a Robodrill machine model, you can also try the robodrill post, available on the library,

https://cam.autodesk.com/posts/download.php?name=robodrill&type=post

 

Regards.


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Serge.Q
Technical Consultant
cam.autodesk.com
Message 6 of 7
tormode
in reply to: serge.quiblier

Hi Serge

 

Thank you for the feedback. 

Our operator tells me this has been tested, and that there is something with the starting/0-point settings for the machine that do not seem right.

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serge.quiblier
in reply to: tormode

Hi @tormode 

 

can you explain what it means : "0-point settings for the machine that do not seem right."?

Do you have an error?

Is it using a wrong wcs?

The wcs is selected inside the setup, a field contains a value that is mapping in the following way

1 : G54

2 : G55

....

 

sergequiblier_0-1697815641492.png

 

 

Are you machining in 3, 4, 5 axis?

 

Regards.

 



Serge.Q
Technical Consultant
cam.autodesk.com

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