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Trying to post, but getting this error. Section.getInitialToolAxisABC() is not allowed for section.

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billybabrown
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Trying to post, but getting this error. Section.getInitialToolAxisABC() is not allowed for section.

I am trying to chamfer a part on the 4th axis of my Doosan DNM 4500. The simulation works fine. But when I try to post process I get the error,  Section.getInitialToolAxisABC() is not allowed for section. Here Is the log I am receiving too. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Screenshot (2).png

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seth.madore
in reply to: billybabrown

Is your post processor configured for 4th axis work? Are you using a machine configuration?
Can you attach your post and a sample file here so someone can take a look at it?


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 3 of 9
billybabrown
in reply to: seth.madore

It says DNM Autodesk DNM 4500 (which is what the machine is) and the post is Doosan 3-5 axis.Screenshot (3).png

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billybabrown
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Message 5 of 9
seth.madore
in reply to: billybabrown

That's because your machine configuration doesn't have a Rotary axis assigned to it:

 


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 6 of 9
billybabrown
in reply to: seth.madore

Thank you for helping. We are just getting into 4th axis, so this is all new to me. This was a big help.

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seth.madore
in reply to: billybabrown

Did it solve your issue?


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 8 of 9
billybabrown
in reply to: seth.madore

Yes and no. I thought it did, but I was looking and the Z was -.7 to -.9 at some points. All the work should be done towards the top of the part. Then I found turning the TCP off Should fix that. Turned that off and it wants to cut .7 and above. So just for sh!ts I ran the program, and it gets to a point and the tool stops, but the numbers on the machine keep moving. So, I'm not sure if it's the machine or fusion or both.

Message 9 of 9
seth.madore
in reply to: billybabrown

You need to set your origin to center of rotation, the model that you shared had it set to top of part


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing

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