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Problem with Chamfer

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04-20-2017 11:53 AM

Can someone help me figure out what is going on with this? In this assembly file whenever I try to do this 2d chamfer it exits and enters around the chamfer. I cannot get it to stay in the part and complete the chamfer in one step. It works fine in the same settings in a part file. I am lost.

There is no Tolerance field in HSMWorks still @LibertyMachine, you have to go into Compare & Edit to change it @wayneTTS4Z

 

I find a tolerance of .0015" usually takes care of it.

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Re: Problem with Chamfer

04-20-2017 12:04 PM in reply to: wayneTTS4Z

This is most likely being caused by the Tolerance setting on the "Passes" tab. Open it up to a larger value, should cure the problem.

IF it doesn't, could you share your file?

Seth Madore
Owner, Liberty Machine, Inc.

Win 10, Fusion 360 Ultimate
Post 3 of 9

Re: Problem with Chamfer

04-20-2017 12:07 PM in reply to: LibertyMachine

There is no Tolerance field in HSMWorks still @LibertyMachine, you have to go into Compare & Edit to change it @wayneTTS4Z

 

I find a tolerance of .0015" usually takes care of it.

Neal Stein



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Post 4 of 9

Re: Problem with Chamfer

04-20-2017 12:09 PM in reply to: Steinwerks

I didn't see the HSMworks callout, I assume that was gleaned from the screenshot? 

And HSMWorks doesn't have that? Sheesh......

Seth Madore
Owner, Liberty Machine, Inc.

Win 10, Fusion 360 Ultimate
Post 5 of 9

Re: Problem with Chamfer

04-20-2017 12:10 PM in reply to: LibertyMachine

The file is huge since its an assembly with a bunch of parts. 

 

Here are the settings. I have changed just about everyone and it has no effect.

 

 

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Re: Problem with Chamfer

04-20-2017 12:11 PM in reply to: Steinwerks

Yes!!! This did it! Thanks!

Post 7 of 9

Re: Problem with Chamfer

04-20-2017 12:19 PM in reply to: wayneTTS4Z

@jeff.pek

 

I believe this bug is now over a year old roughly seven months old, any news? I will see if I can dig up the original thread.

 

Edit: found the email, should be CAM-5068 I believe.

 

Edit 2: also this: https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/hsm-support-forum/2d-chamfer-oddity/m-p/6370941#M14830

 

CAM-4370 from June last year.

Neal Stein



New to Fusion 360 CAM? Click here for an introduction to 2D Milling, here for 2D Turning.

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Post 8 of 9

Re: Problem with Chamfer

04-20-2017 02:15 PM in reply to: Steinwerks

@Steinwerks: You're right that these are still open. Adding @fonsecr to chime in.

Post 9 of 9

Re: Problem with Chamfer

04-20-2017 02:59 PM in reply to: jeff.pek

2D Chamfer do have limitations on for which geometry is can be used for. But I do hope to get around to getting some of these problem fixed soon.

 


René Fonseca
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