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post processor for fangling cnc plasma

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krisB7MZE
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post processor for fangling cnc plasma

Hi,

 

im looking for a post processor for a fangling cnc plasma. Now im using fastcam.

The baileigh processor is close but it dosn't work. Does anyone have a idee to change the post processor?

first one is the code by fusion, the second one is made by fastcam

 

Any help is welcome

g code made by fastcamg code made by fastcam

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serge.quiblier
in reply to: krisB7MZE

Hi @krisB7MZE 

 

you can try this post, created from a similar request on another category of the Fusion forum.

 

Regards.

 


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krisB7MZE
in reply to: serge.quiblier

Hi,

 

thanks for that processor. It creates a false line but for the rest it works. I also fond the hycut processor that works.

 

Fastcam uses G40,G41 and G42 as gap compensation. The fanling and hycut doesnt' use that. How can i put that in?

 

regards

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serge.quiblier
in reply to: krisB7MZE

Hello @krisB7MZE 

 

Did you set you machining correctly?

Because if I test myself, here is the toolpath definition

sergequiblier_0-1658310694204.png

I green framed the parameters related to the cutter compensation settings.

 

Then the nc dialog for processing

sergequiblier_1-1658310762341.png

I am using the post provided, and I am generating a program called 8596.

 

and the final result is :

sergequiblier_2-1658310900105.png

 

So, G41/42/40 appears, alone on a line, but they are outputted.

 

Do they need to be on the same line as the move????

 

Cheers.

 


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krisB7MZE
in reply to: krisB7MZE

Hey,

 

thanks for the tip. My problem is solved.

 

regards

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urielrg
in reply to: serge.quiblier

Hi, I'm struggling on the configuration for my fangling f2100b, is there any way you can help me please?

 

I will really appreciate your help.

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