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Same WCS between two parts, same feature, different post code issue

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BnagelNTZ
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Same WCS between two parts, same feature, different post code issue

So I'm machining polycarbonate enclosures "single box size/type" with different hole patters.

For each spec I generate its own assembly file and setup all the manufacture tool paths.

 

BnagelNTZ_0-1700224956771.png

 

Each box has a common hole pattern on the rear used as a vent. So each assembly has that exact pattern and tool path setup in the same location.

 

When post processing I've noticed that there is a discrepancy between that patters location. Machine not traveling to correct location.

 

Line 11 

 

What could be causing the "X-3.1093 Y0.0147" vs "X0.7658 Y0.0147" 

 

Correct code (BOX A)  ***I have several assembly's that match this code

(Rear_Vent)
N25 T1 M6
N30 S6000 M3
N35 G17 G90 G94
N40 G154 P1
N45 G53 G0 X0. Y0.
N50 M11
N55 G0 A0.
N60 M10
N65 M83
N70 G0 X0.7658 Y0.0147
N75 G43 Z6.7191 H1
N80 G0 Z6.2191
N85 G98 G81 X0.7658 Y0.0147 Z5.7041 R6.0291 F10.9
N90 Y-0.2978
N95 X0.922 Y-0.1416
N100 X1.0783 Y0.0147
N105 X0.922 Y0.1709
N110 X0.7658 Y0.3272
N115 X0.6095 Y0.1709
N120 X0.4533 Y0.0147
N125 X0.6095 Y-0.1416
N130 G80
N135 G0 Z6.7191
N140 G53 G0 Z0.

 

Incorrect code (BOX B)  *****latest assembly, only one with this issue

(Rear_Vent)
N25 T1 M6
N30 S6000 M3
N35 G17 G90 G94
N40 G154 P1
N45 G53 G0 X0. Y0.
N50 M11
N55 G0 A0.
N60 M10
N65 M83
N70 G0 X-3.1093 Y0.0147
N75 G43 Z6.73 H1
N80 G0 Z6.23
N85 G98 G81 X-3.1093 Y0.0147 Z5.715 R6.04 F10.9
N90 Y-0.2978
N95 X-2.953 Y-0.1416
N100 X-2.7968 Y0.0147
N105 X-2.953 Y0.1709
N110 X-3.1093 Y0.3272
N115 X-3.2655 Y0.1709
N120 X-3.4218 Y0.0147
N125 X-3.2655 Y-0.1416
N130 G80
N135 G0 Z6.73
N140 G53 G0 Z0.

 

 

 

 

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Message 2 of 4
serge.quiblier
in reply to: BnagelNTZ

Hi @BnagelNTZ 

 

it's impossible to solve your issue with the currently exchanged data's.

We need to have access to the file for one good part, and the bad one.

 

Most probably the wcs origin, or the part moved relatively from the other for whatever reason.

 

You can either share a link to your Fusion file. See:
https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/fusion-360/learn-explore/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/How-t...
or you can save an archive (f3d, or f3z) and share it on the forum
https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/fusion-360/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/How...

 

regards



Serge.Q
Technical Consultant
cam.autodesk.com
Message 3 of 4
BnagelNTZ
in reply to: serge.quiblier

@serge.quiblier 

 

Problem found. I did have the wrong WCS selected. 

While trouble shooting I had some serious tunnel vision.

Message 4 of 4
serge.quiblier
in reply to: BnagelNTZ

Yep that's a problem,

Sometime, you think you see, what you want to see, not what is really written.

It happen, no worries.

 

The important part is the problem is solved for you.



Serge.Q
Technical Consultant
cam.autodesk.com

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