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Post processor for Syntec 60CB controller

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mechanical1ineo
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Post processor for Syntec 60CB controller

Hi, 

We're switching from Mach3 to a Syntec 60CB controller. We use Mach3Mill post processor to generate the g-code for our Precix routers. So, I was wondering what would be the equivalent post processor for the 60CB controller in fusion 360.

Thanks

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engineguy
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@mechanical1ineo 

 

What is the machine configuration, is it just a 3 Axis, 4 Axis, 5 Axis ??

 

There are a few Syntec Post Processors that may work for you, I have attached a couple below, one is a straight Generic 3 Axis and the second is a modified one for 5 Axis.

With a bit of luck they should be a good starting point for you, post back if you find that there any "tweaks" needed to get them just right for your machine control.

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mechanical1ineo
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It is a 3-axis machine. There is a generic SYNTEC post processor file in fusion. I was just wondering if the 3-axis file that you sent is the same as that? I'll try both of them and see how it goes. Thanks @engineguy 

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