Ramp-in on arc issue

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Re: Ramp-in on arc issue

Postby Forrest Chapman » Sun, Oct 26 2014, 6:54PM

Jeremy, I would assume it's related anyway. Even if your not skinning on the problem part it looks like it's still related to the new skin feature. The parts I had problems with cut fine on the initial climb cut pass but did a full circle cut inward on the final conventional pass. It seems to be documented anyway in a few different scenarios.

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Re: Ramp-in on arc issue

Postby Scott G Vaal » Mon, Oct 27 2014, 10:21AM

Gentlemen,

Just want to let you know that Control Nesting 5.80 is now available. It should resolve the issues discussed in this post. Please use it and let us know your results. Thanks!

Here is a link to the update page: http://www.thermwood.com/updates_control_nesting.htm
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Re: Ramp-in on arc issue

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Mon, Oct 27 2014, 3:12PM

Awesome, Scott! I'll get 'er loaded right up. Thanks!
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Re: Ramp-in on arc issue

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Mon, Oct 27 2014, 3:15PM

Perform pocketing routine on dados when an appropriate size dado tool is not available. (ADDED)


Yay! That's gonna be like an early Christmas present! :beer:
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Re: Ramp-in on arc issue

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Tue, Nov 11 2014, 1:19PM

Bad news, the arc ramp-in problem is still happening with the new CN. I'll post the export and job file when I can get to the machine.
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Re: Ramp-in on arc issue

Postby Scott G Vaal » Tue, Nov 11 2014, 1:42PM

Jeremy Schiffer wrote:Bad news, the arc ramp-in problem is still happening with the new CN. I'll post the export and job file when I can get to the machine.


Jeremy,

Please get us an export and I will look into it.
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Re: Ramp-in on arc issue

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Wed, Nov 12 2014, 9:01AM

Hi Scott, here's the export and offending TWD file (change the file extensions, of course). Thanks!
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Re: Ramp-in on arc issue

Postby Scott G Vaal » Mon, Nov 24 2014, 4:30PM

Jeremy Schiffer wrote:Hi Scott, here's the export and offending TWD file (change the file extensions, of course). Thanks!


Jeremy,

Thanks for the files. We have reproduced it and will have it resolved for the next version. Sorry for the delayed response.
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