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Hello and thank you for reading

I made a post for a wood router . We were using a ramp cycle and set the by depth option.

I selected make pass at final depth. My part was 2 inches thick, the ramp depth was set to .125

The machine made all the passes around the part correctly with I and J in the code

on the last pass at the bottom, the machine crashed into the part, upon reviewing the code I noticed the last pass

was R and not I and J.

I can not find out why, the Arc settings are delta start to center.

I looking to find why this happened. I appreciate any help

regards

George

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Hard to even guess without knowing more.

Can you attach a Zip2go?

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Not sure if this is what you are looking for.

 

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On 2/6/2020 at 8:14 PM, George Gerhard said:

Hello and thank you for reading

I made a post for a wood router . We were using a ramp cycle and set the by depth option.

I selected make pass at final depth. My part was 2 inches thick, the ramp depth was set to .125

The machine made all the passes around the part correctly with I and J in the code

on the last pass at the bottom, the machine crashed into the part, upon reviewing the code I noticed the last pass

was R and not I and J.

I can not find out why, the Arc settings are delta start to center.

I looking to find why this happened. I appreciate any help

regards

George

Are you using an overlap? How are you defining the settings of the cut....I have seen some strange behaviors as late with overlap using large values

 

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