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Using import to NCI. ERROR-SELECT MACHINE ACHIEVABLE TOOLPLANE

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Im trying to section out my code for an upcoming part. This is a basic program that is using a 3 axis vertical mill. I used section NCI on this program then import it back into mastercam. After importing it back in I go to post the code on each process but I get an error "ERROR- SELECT MACHINE ACHIEVABLE TOOLPLANE WITH Y-AXIS ALONG MACHINE Y - SET AND REPOST" 

Ive gone back through my program and made sure that my planes are correct. They are all set to top. I even went back through and re-selected my chains for my toolpaths. Since im only using a 3 axis mill and programing from the top plane, I cant see what else I could do to fix this. vie attached my file below with out the broken nci files attached 

Any suggestions? 

MILL MEMORY TEST online.mcam

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As you didn't provide a z2g I can't test against your post but my 4 axis posted this with no issues at all

Try again with a z2g file and perhaps a different result can be found

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No issues again, even using your post...

Have you tried restarting Mastercam?

Strange one indeed

ZACK.NC

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I did not...not something I have ever had to use...

 

That said, just went in and did the 1st tool at 64k and got 7 files..no errors

 

 

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Well the problem is that hasp only has lathe not mill. You cannot post Mill Programs with a Lathe only Hasp. I show no products listed for mill on the HASP report. Need to get a hold of your dealer and get an idea what your company has purchased to see what HASP you have that will allow you to post mill programs. Fact nothing shows up for mill puzzles me.

Products... 

DESIGN - None
MILL: X - 
ROUTER - None
LATHE: X - Level 1
WIRE - None
ART - None
MCforSW Mill - None
MCforSW Lathe - None
MILLTURN - None

Options... 

Solids: true
FiveAxis: false

 

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What version of Mastercam are you using?

I get the same errors you are getting, when trying to Post out the 'Sectioned' NCI Files.

I tried to duplicate your results (by sectioning the 174 Kb Dynamic Path). I had to search through the "unused commands", as "Import NCI" is no longer listed under the Right-Click Menu in the Ops Manager.

I got the same error message when I posted "your Sectioned NCI" and "my new Sectioned NCI" data.

However, the Code does seem to Post in the Text Editor OK, after saying "yes" to the warnings.

I even did an experiment, where I opened your 4X Machine Definition, and added 2 additional VMC Rotary Axes to the MD, to make it a 6-Axis Machine. (Similar to MPFAN), which technically should be able to machine "any plane inside Mastercam", with the combination of 3 rotary axes.

This is for sure a bug, but it doesn't seem to be unsurmountable, since you do get Posted code out at the other end. It sure doesn't give the user much confidence though, when you are getting 2 error warnings per NCI File being Posted...

I would recommend making a Zip 2 Go package, and sending it to [email protected] (CC your Reseller when you do...)

 

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I think colin is correct on his assessment and I went ahead and opened ticket 34890 for this.

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