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Post processor installation for Turn on Dynomotion control.

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spancheau
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Post processor installation for Turn on Dynomotion control.

Found this post in Dynomotion helps. By Alexander  (Anekcahap Ykpanheu) 

Fusion 360_KFLOP_Turning_Rev2.cps.txt (Added thread cutting G32) dated 2012-2017 by Autodesk, Inc.

I asked Tom K at Dynomotion for for correct proceedure to install for use. He indicated he is not familiar with the post for Fusion, and suggested I contact this forum for help.

Thank You,

Scott

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seth.madore
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Are you asking how does one go about installing and using a post processor for Fusion?

https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/fusion-360/learn-explore/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/How-t...


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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spancheau
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Thank you for your response. I realized my thinking was wrong. I was able to get the post downloaded and installed within my posts in Fusion. The post seems to work well. I only had to change the G97 at start to G96 and add G99 before that.

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