Furniture Carving RP-FR-FN0001

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Furniture Carving RP-FR-FN0001

Postby Marius Gouws » Tue, May 06 2014, 10:30AM

Good afternoon.
Try to do this carving on our machine, but it run dead slow (feed speeds) it will take a week for it to complete. My feed rate override is set at 100%. It is like there is a G809 or G810 in there some where. The Feedprogram is set at 200. I suppose that is iches.
Any help or advise?
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Re: Furniture Carving RP-FR-FN0001

Postby Marius Gouws » Fri, May 09 2014, 5:59AM

So there is no explanation for it, or something that I can do about it? They should take it out of the carving library then so someone does not have to go red face back to the client and tell them I can not machine it.
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Re: Furniture Carving RP-FR-FN0001

Postby Brad McIntosh » Fri, May 09 2014, 8:19AM

Marius,

As has been mentioned on these forums previously - they are not the PRIMARY SUPPORT CHANNEL for Thermwood Corporation.

I suggest that you submit any serious issues that you may have directly to Thermwood via the email addresses below:

eCabinets Systems Support: cabinets@thermwood.com
Control Nesting and General Programing Support: program@thermwood.com

Machine Related Electro-Mechanical Problems: service@thermwood.com

It does sound like the carving programs are using imperial/inch units and there is probably no G70s to tell it otherwise. You will have to contact Thermwood to see if they can help you rectify this. program@thermwood.com would probably be your best avenue at this time.

Good luck...


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