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Choosing Multiple Depths Using 2D Contour Not Working

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in10semtb
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Choosing Multiple Depths Using 2D Contour Not Working

New to Fusion, so bare with me. I have a simple .080" thick ABS sheet, 5" x 7". Starting out safe in the beginning till I get comfortable with the CAM side. I want to do multiple passes at .020" each using 2D Contour, till it reaches full depth of .080". When I do a simulation, it looks like it's milling from the bottom up, but hard to tell. Hope that makes sense, and what simple setting am I missing?

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HughesTooling
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Can you export the design as an F3D and share here?

 

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HughesTooling
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Don't suppose you are running the simulation backwards? 

The speed control point needs to be to the right of the middle.

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in10semtb
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Found out...... per other forum messages, had simulation running in reverse. What's interesting is that it came up by default like that, in reverse. Sorry for the dumb question, and thanks to the forum!!

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