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 on: Today at 16:19:24 
Started by hdvideo - Last post by hdvideo
I'd like to see a dedicated PP for UCCNC.  I read where some are using the Mach3 post, so maybe it's not really necessary. Does anyone know what possible conflicts there may be between the two?

Thanks,
Ed

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 on: Today at 15:13:28 
Started by Bob La Londe - Last post by dh42
Hello

I use a small FEMI bandsaw like this one (but an older model)

http://www.amerashop.it/it/segatrici-a-nastro/1177-segatrice-a-nastro-femi-abs-105.html

my model



This model exist with and without the auto feed.

The length stop is furnished

++
David


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 on: Today at 14:12:25 
Started by kvom - Last post by Dragonfly
You don't need CutViewer to see the wrong path generation. Smiley I don't have it actually.
BTW, is yours Windows or Linux version?
With hatch methods I usually set the cut mode to 'mixed' which speeds up the machining because there is no need to do an empty rapid move on each stroke. And region fill mode is also 'horizontal' or 'vertical' respectively.  Maybe because you use 'inside-outside offsets' it starts in the middle.

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 on: Today at 13:23:51 
Started by kvom - Last post by kvom
After I posted I found some changes to the MOP that seem to work in CutViewer.

Start Corner = Top
Cut Ordering = level first

One thing I see that's puzzling is that for each level in roughing the first pass is in the center of the material to be removed and then the outside and inside are done next.

I added a finish MOP with waterline that appears to work well.

The part will be milled from aluminum but I may do a trial run with machineable wax.

The finish is not particularly critical as the prototype part was cast iron.

I am making this for a friend's locomotive.  I had to get a bit deeper into Solidworks to model it.


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 on: Today at 11:45:29 
Started by kvom - Last post by Dragonfly
I just tried in CB for Linux a project containing 3D profiles I machined a few days ago.
It seems there is a fatal bug, depth increments are not respected.

Update: It seems Waterline method respects the depth increment.  Horizontal and vertical hatch methods fail.

 6 
 on: Today at 11:40:03 
Started by Bob La Londe - Last post by EddyCurrent
Thinking about modifying it in true DIY mode Smiley

That's always my first thought, "how can I modify this to make it better ?"

 7 
 on: Today at 11:25:16 
Started by Bob La Londe - Last post by Dragonfly
I have a similar stand branded 'Wolfcraft' - but there's too much play to be used for precise cutting. Thinking about modifying it in true DIY mode Smiley

 8 
 on: Today at 10:31:06 
Started by Bob La Londe - Last post by EddyCurrent
Bob,

I use something similar to this with a 4" angle grinder.
https://www.amazon.com/Grizzly-G8183-2-Inch-Angle-Grinder/dp/B0000DD72K

These are the best cutting discs I've ever used, cheap, extremely thin and very fast accurate cutting.
https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p39737?table=no

This solution works well for me.

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 on: Today at 10:27:49 
Started by kvom - Last post by Dragonfly
CB - Linux - plunge to full depth
CB - Windows - works OK
version 1.0
In Linux version does exactly what you describe but it's beyond my competence to even guess why.

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 on: Today at 10:23:02 
Started by kvom - Last post by EddyCurrent
Start with a Waterline Rough cut to remove the waste.
For a Finishing MOP with this circular item you could stick with Waterline but decrease step over depth etc. or Horizontal & Vertical scanline could be used to possibly give a better finish.
File attached with just the Waterline Rough MOP.

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