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Unwanted ramp/lead in on finishing pass on 2d contour

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Unwanted ramp/lead in on finishing pass on 2d contour

Since the latest update to fusion I am getting an unwanted ramp/lead in to the finishing pass when using the 2d contour toolpath cutting at multiple depths. Before the latest update it will ramp down to each depth and at the final depth once the roughing pass was done it would step over at the desired finishing stepover. Since the update, my tool path is leading out after the roughing pass at the bottom depth and retracting, it then ramps back down again to the bottom depth to do the finishing pass. I have made sure I have unselect "leads on all finishing passes" but nothing changes. If I go back to an old part programmed before the update and regenerate a similar tool path, it regenerates with the same problem. 


Before update.PNG 

What my tool path looked like before the latest update (stepping over to finishing pass then leading out)


After update 2.PNGAfter update1.PNG

What my tool path regenerates to after the latest update (retracts after roughing pass and ramps back into finishing pass)


Has anyone had a similar problem? 

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in reply to: johnJTSXU

Would you be able to share your Fusion file here?
File > Export > Save to local folder, return to thread and attach the .f3d/.f3z file in your reply.

Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
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in reply to: seth.madore

Hi Seth,


Attached is my exported file. The toolpath with the problem is named *ISSUE* in the first setup folder.

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in reply to: johnJTSXU

Hi @johnJTSXU ,


Thanks for feedback. It looks like a bug. I've created CAM-48803.

Oleg Tikhomirov
Software Engineer

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