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Postby Paul Ford » Sun, Sep 11 2005, 9:15PM

Hi all!
Just wondering if we could please have a RN update which shows off falls in the right place when nesting a job? We managed to have a look through the forum to see where the machine is cutting these parts. It looks like it is cutting off falls from G901 but still shows it from the home location on the bed. Would save us alot of confusion and board if we knew it had been changed in the first place.
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Postby Jeff Norris » Mon, Sep 12 2005, 5:39PM

i have no idea where my machine is trying to cut offalls after uprading to RN 4.71 i was hopeing it was g901 but mine is doing somthing completly diffrent.

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Postby Paul Ford » Thu, Sep 15 2005, 2:55PM

Anything?? Nothing?? Pretty please with ecabs on top?

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Postby Jason Susnjara » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 3:59PM

Hi Paul,

I belive that there are other postings on this site that explain the offalls. We don't show it yet in the nesting area but offalls can be located in the G901 location as well as being able to rotate the offall in any direction. I will get some more info on this after I talk to the programmers.

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Postby Paul Ford » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 4:02PM

Hi Jason,
Thanks for that. So when the parts are rotated are they still located in the G901 position?

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Postby Jason Susnjara » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 4:02PM

Yes they are

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Postby Paul Ford » Tue, Sep 20 2005, 4:03PM

YAY!! Thank you!!


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